Answer: What you see is actually the rose fruit, or "hips". The seeds are inside the hips, like the seeds of an apple are inside its fruit (roses and apples are in the same family, too!). You can try to grow roses from seed, but don't expect the offspring to necessarily resemble the parent shrub. Again, like apples, roses seldom come "true" from seed. It can be fun to experiment, though! Let the hips stay on the plant until next spring, and plant whole hips in moist, rich soil in a sunny spot. It'll probably be a few years before the seedlings bloom.
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