レインボーローズ / Rainbow Roses – Quick Japan No. 15 [Watch it in HD!]

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How to you say ROSE in Japanese? 薔薇 bara = rose Coincidentally there exist the following word with the same pronunciation (a homophone): 腹 bara = stomach For…

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September 10, 2012

YTBulletTrain @ 5:25 am #

Congrats on 11 years with your school, man! Love the roses! Never heard of ’em before tonight. 🙂

kimmy cocoa @ 6:17 am #

I love the fact that u w
R a cable man of being able to live in a foreign country which i hope to be able to go one day.due to my fascination for thwir culture …………… Nd also i like anime . but anime alone isnt the.reason i wannna go

Ra X eL @ 6:27 am #

Arnt they just died roses? or genetically engineered roses?

aziangirlluv @ 7:54 am #

DEAR Gimmeaflakeman

I have been a huge fan of yours since your other channel.
I have a request of sorts that I’ve always wanted you to say on camera

“Asians are amazing. They are on some sort of blue cloud 9 level. Nowhere near a Yellow 1 color. Seeing and loving an asian is so amazing that it can clear your sinuses, turn frowns into smiles, clear ear wax from your ears”

For a short explanation it’s something I wanted to have on a ringtone of mine

TY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

David Cook @ 8:10 am #

they look amazing, so beautiful. never seen them before

tmk8558 @ 9:46 am #

Thank you for sharing this video! They are absolutely beautiful. I love roses and but never heard about this before.

sogghartha @ 10:26 am #

11 years, nice. Seems you got a pretty successful school if you managed to keep it going that long. Congrats!

201marino @ 4:35 pm #

you can split the stem of white flowers an stick in different color dyes ant they will also change colors

LetsPosting @ 4:45 pm #

Why so many horse racing links from YouTube suggestions?

Interesting that the Japanese run races counter clockwise like the US, rather than clockwise like the British. Drive on the left, race CW. Drive on the right, race CCW tonight. Well that kicks that rule in the nuts. 

It’s probably a good way to learn the numbers though.

LetsPosting @ 4:51 pm #

Ahhh, I got it now. There’s a champion horse, Northern Rainbow 田中剛. Sorry, never mind.

kidkama @ 4:56 pm #

Are you trying to say the greyer you grow, the gayer you get!?xD nah but seriously bro. youre right. those are some beautiful baras(right spelling for plural?)

September 11, 2012

x0fx3 @ 6:44 am #

Awesome!

Troy Clark @ 6:49 am #

Wow that is very nice, thank you for the video Thumbs up.

aJazzyFeel @ 2:58 pm #

hint in japanese there’s no regular pluralization so the singular is usually also plural, those ‘bara’ would be correct for multiple bara

kidkama @ 3:43 pm #

Oh OK. Thanks for that.:)

September 12, 2012

taihuu25go @ 4:13 am #

栽培者の努力は認めるが、気味が悪い。

September 13, 2012

DarthJF @ 6:46 pm #

Wow, those are great.

September 16, 2012

tetsuoswrath @ 1:15 am #

Cool. They should do one that’s half blue, half yellow, and green in the middle, or other combinations. A Black and white with grey would be something to see. A Yin-Yang Rose. What am I saying? They probably have.

September 22, 2012

AsmileyFish @ 7:10 am #

Thats pretty cool. Does it affect what colour the seeds that grow from it are?

September 25, 2012

theblackrainbow21 @ 5:50 am #

WOW! These are pretty. I remember doing something like this in Botany class, but we could only choose one color to inject and the class chose blue 🙂

October 18, 2012

Peter van de Werken @ 6:00 am #

Dear Gimmea Flakeman,
Thanks for sharing this video. As designer of Thé Rainbow Rose I allways like it to find our Roses somewhere on the internet.
Warmest regards,
Peter.

October 30, 2012

mrtdelfos @ 8:25 pm #

Made in holland!!!

December 7, 2012

555555555555760 @ 1:53 pm #

so pretty

May 11, 2013

baileybaboy @ 4:18 am #

They’re very easy to make. Search this on YouTube:
Rainbow Roses – How to make rainbow roses at home

July 20, 2013

RabaalXer0 @ 4:54 am #

I used to make these in science class in middle school in the early / mid 90’s while we were learning about photosynthesis and all that jazz.

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