There are many varieties of Rosa Damascena to use for jam and other rose-fragranced products but if it is essential rose oil you are after, then you must definitely plant a Rosa Damascena Trigintipetala (Rosa Damascena P. Miller).
The flowers of this Damascus Rose are very fragrant and they yield 30% more essential oil than any other rose in the Damascus family. For the production of essential oil and rose water, Rosa Damascena Trigintipetala is grown in Bulgaria (Kazanlak), Iran (Kashan) or Turkey (Isparta). The volatile oil is used in the perfume industry, cosmetics or for pharmaceuticals.
Due to the very fragrant flowers, the petals of this rose are used for a very tasty and fragrant jam, syrup, dried flowers for tea and other products with the scent of roses that contribute to our health and well-being. Very popular in Romania, this rose is simply called ‘Rosa Damascena’ or ‘Damascus Rose’.
We offer our customers a WARRANTY for growth and variety. For the establishment of commercial plantations, please contact us. We offer discounts for orders larger than 50 saplings and we offer professional advice for setting up plantations and growing roses in large areas.