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25 Roses Suitable For Tropical Climate | Fertilizers to Get Big Bloom Flowers

Fortunately, roses are very adaptive to different types of soils and climatic conditions. Nowadays, roses are also budded on rootstalks which have a strong root and a built to thrive in varied conditions. Though, most roses offer beautiful flowers in cold weather, the miniature roses are of the class that have the capacity to flower throughout the year. You just need to check that their roots do not get dried up in summer and unfortunately, they are also susceptible to mites. 25 names of large flowered varieties of beautiful roses that are suitable for tropical climates of Delhi, Hyderabad and Guntur in Andhra Pradesh and Mumbai, India are:

Found Double Delight Rose with awesome fragrance.

Found Double Delight Rose with awesome fragrance.

  1. Gladiator Rose
  2. Papa Meilland Rose
  3. Ace of Hearts Hybrid Rose
  4. Ingrid Bergman Rose (All Red)
  5. Mullard Jubilee Rose
  6. Peter Frankenfeld Rose
  7. First Prize Rose, all pink
  8. Montezuma Rose
  9. Summer Holiday Large Flowered Rose
  10. Lovers Meeting Rose
  11. Princess Rose, All Orange
  12. Golden Medallion Grandiflora Rose
  13. Freedom Rose, All Yellow
  14. White Masterpiece Rose
  15. Jawahar Rose All White
  16. Blue Moon Rose
  17. Paradise Rose, All Lilac Mauve
  18. Double Delight Rose
  19. Touch of Class Rose
  20. Perfect Moment Rose
  21. Ajanta Caves Rose
  22. Osiria Rose
  23. Orient Express All Rose, tricolors
  24. Tata Centenary Roses
  25. Calcutta 300 Roses
Big bloom rose, all pink in Garden of Five Senses, Mehrauli

Big bloom rose, all pink in Garden of Five Senses, Mehrauli

Fertilizers to Get Big Bloom Flowers

To obtain big bloom flowers of your rose plant:

  1. Mix 1 kg sterameal or any tannery waste manure,1 kg of any oil cake, 500 gm of single superphosphate, 250 gm of potassium, 150 gm magnesium sulfate, 50 gm of iron chelate fertilizer (it is available in different brand names also contains trace elements).
  2. Now if your plants are on beds then apply 100 gm of above mixture in every 6 weeks along a circular canal dug 10 inches away from the base of each plant.
  3. Work out the manure well through the soil with a fork or hand hoe.
  4. Water the plants generously for three consecutive days even if the soil is wet.
  5. If the plants are in pots, then apply 30 gm of above mixture in every 15 days 6 inches away from the base. Water as described above. Remember this watering is very important for best response of the fertilizer.
  6. Regular liquid feed of equal quantity of raw cow dung and oil cake decomposed in an earthen vessel for 7 days.
  7. Mix 1 part of above slurry in 20 times of water.
  8. A few hours prior to the application, water the plants normally.
  9. It can be applied once or twice a week.
  10. In summer it is better not to use any fertilizers.
  11. A dressing of generous farmyard manure is to be applied after pruning.
  12. In large flowered varieties disbudding extra buds and keeping only the terminal bud produces a bigger flower.
  13. In clustered flower varieties, no disbudding is needed.

I hope above names of 25 rose plants that grow well in tropical climates and fertilizers to produce big bloom flowers might be helpful for your gardening needs. Best of luck.


Umesh Chandra Bhatt from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India on December 15, 2019:

Useful article. Thanks.

rosenewbies on May 02, 2017:

Hi, Can you suggest alternatives to sterameal, tannery waste and oil cake as I am not sure if these are available in my country?


christopher antony kerala on January 03, 2015:

very informative.sir i have around 40 varieties of rose and i live near seashore which has high humidity.problem is that my roses do flower growth is stunted could you give me any solution

prabhjot singh on April 21, 2014:

hi , is Osiria Rose available in inda? if yes , which location , any address of the nursery which can provide it?

ss on November 21, 2013:

how do calcutta 300 roses look can you show 1 pic i'm really interested ...........................:)

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on March 09, 2013:

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Not sure about your region and sorry for delay in answering your question as Valentine is already over.

Sean Quire on January 27, 2013:

Thank you so much for your information. Please can you advice me on what red rose (excellent the ones usually sold for Valentine's Day) that can grow in a tropical climate in Nigeria?

Thank you

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on July 22, 2011:

Thank you so much Ancillotti. May these flowers brighten your room and life forever.

Ancillotti from Brasil, Vitoria - ES on July 22, 2011:

How many beautiful pictures you have brought us! The flowers are beautiful and certainly brighten any room!

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on July 21, 2011:

Thanks Robin.

Robin Edmondson from San Francisco on July 21, 2011:

Wonderful tips! Thanks for the detailed response; I really appreciate it. I'll let you know how it goes!

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on July 20, 2011:

Hello Robin, To get bigger blooms for carpet roses in your yard, I recommend following the above tips plus:

1. Grow your carpet roses in full sunlight to get big bloom flowers, though carpet roses also known as wonder roses can grow in partial sunlight but this will not yield great flowers.

2. This typical variety of roses is very popular among gardeners due to its high disease resistance but still carpet roses can be attacked by aphids and Japanese beetles and when this happens use of any insecticide, either conventional or organic can be tried.

3. For more tips on care of carpet roses in USA, you can visit this hub written by Mr. Williams in your area,

Robin Edmondson from San Francisco on July 20, 2011:

Thanks for the information, Soni! I always love your original photos. I'm going to put carpet roses in our yard. Would you recommend the same treatment for them?

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on July 20, 2011:

Thanks a lot Daryl.

daryl2007 on July 20, 2011:


mkrandhawa from India on July 20, 2011:

Its my pleasure.Mr. Soni

Rajinder Soni (author) from New Delhi, India on July 20, 2011:

Thanks for being my fan mk.

mkrandhawa from India on July 20, 2011:

Great hub.Very informative and Useful.Thanks for sharing.Now i am your follower Soni2006.

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