Evergreen Roses (rosa sempervirens) are perennial flowers of the genus Rosa and appear in spring and early summer. There are 100 different species of roses.
Their habitat is mainly man-made meadows and fields, and they are primarily native to the Northern Hemisphere regions.
All roses were originally wild and they came from all over the world from North America, Europe, northwest Africa to many parts of Asia and Oceania.
During the Roman period, roses were grown extensively in the Middle East. They were used during celebrations a confetti, for medicinal purposes, and for perfume.