Roses are known as ‘the Queen of Flowers’. Roses are always in demand as they are the only flowers that are associated with beauty, fragrance and eternal love. Regarded as the most important cut flower world-wide, commercially as well as aesthetically, roses are traditionally grown as perennial woody shrubs. Generally the growth habit of the rose plant is to grow as an erect shrub; however trailing roses or climber roses with stems having prickles are not so uncommon. The flower size normally varies from large (single roses used as cut flowers) to small (bushy roses or bunch roses used for bedding purposes) depending on varieties. The flower color is available in almost all color ranges such as white, purple-violet, yellow, orange, red, maroon and magenta. New hybrids and propagation methods have made it possible to cultivate a single variety of rose plant with multiple-colored flowers.