Rosaceae

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Rosaceae

(rō-zās′ē-ē″) [L. rosa + -aceae]
The large family of flowering plants that includes roses. They generate allergic responses in some people.
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From what I could find, yes they do appear to be part of the rose family although a distant relative.
All the sub groups are linked to the rose family through common flower characteristics.
Porter has stayed good friends with the Rose family while working at the club in Fleet, Hants, where his dad Steve is the course pro.
Wally's family runs an apple farm and Homer joins the Rose family who live in the cider house and work the farm.
The list contains 14 percent of the rose family, 32 percent of irises, and 32 percent of lilies.
Most garden plants are susceptible, including most deciduous fruit trees and other members of the rose family.
3's Merion heroics ensured an emotional win for the Rose family on Father's Day after losing dad and coach Ken to leukaemia in 2002 aged just 57.
We're tremendously proud of our nearly 50-year partnership with the Rose family and the incredible working relationship we've enjoyed with them, which has enabled this Class A building to remain one of the preeminent office properties in downtown market," said Jack Rudin, chairman of Rudin Management.
Just this week, the Riley family from Northbridge and Rose family from Worcester fought their way to winning streaks on different "Family Feud" programs.
This means that plants with simple, single flowers in the daisy family, Asteraceae, the rose family, Rosaceae and the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae are among the best.