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[[File:Type Grass/Poison.gif|link=Grass/Poison type]]  
Species Bouquet Pokémon
Abilities Natural Cure
Poison Point
Technician (Dream World)
None ← 407 → None
Kanto N/A Johto N/A
Hoenn N/A Sinnoh N/A
Unova N/A Kalos N/A
Evolves from [[Roselia]]
Evolves into None
(ロズレイド Rozureido)
[[Generation IV]]
Evolutionary line
No evolution line
Weight Height
Pokédex color Egg group
<font color=Green>Green</font>
Shape Footprint

Roserade (Japanese: ロズレイド Rozureido) is a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon,


Also called the Boutique Pokémon. Roserade is a small plant/human-like Pokémon with a similar appearance to its pre-evolved form, Roselia. Like Roselia, Roserade have fully bloomed flowers at the ends of their arms, though they have three on each arm, appearing like bouquets, as opposed to Roselia's one rose on each arm. Instead of the dress-like leaf in the front, Roserade has a long cape-like leaf on their backs. Roserade also have a single leaf present between their legs. Around their necks are a yellow "collar", and on their head are white rose petals which appear as hair. Covering the top part of its face is a leaf, making it appear that it is wearing a mask.

The shiny version of Roserade have, in general, a more pale color. The red bouquet is changed to purple, and the blue is changed to gray. Female Roserade have a longer "cape" than a male Roserade.

Special Abilities

Roserade have the abilities Natural Cure and Poison Point. Natural Cure will cure any Status Ailments upon switching out of battle, and Poison Point will cause a 30% chance that the opponent Pokémon will become poisoned if physical contact is made.

In Anime

Roserade made its debut appearance in the Pokémon anime episode Oh Do You Know the Poffin Plan. This Roserade was owned by a woman named Forsythia near Floaroma Town, it was known for being quite shy. When Team Rocket attacked Forsythia's garden however, it fashioned a scarf on itself much like a ninja hood, and received a large boost of confidence, defending the garden.

Another Roserade appeared under Gardenia's control in A Grass Menagerie where it battled Ash's Turtwig and Aipom. It defeated Turtwig with a fiery Weather Ball, but fell to Ash's Aipom with a combination of Aipom's Focus Punch and Swift.

Another Roserade appeared under Barry's ownership in Barry's Busting Out All Over!. He used Roserade to battle against Ash's Chimchar and Gliscor. Roserade managed to beat Chimchar with several Poison Jabs and eventually tied with Gliscor and fainted along with Gliscor. His Roserade later appeared in Steeling Peace of Mind!.

Drew was revealed to have evolved his Roselia into Roserade sometime during his journey through Johto. His Roserade was shown via flashback by May's brief visit for the Wallace Cup.

A Roserade appeared in The Rise of Darkrai in a flashback where it was shown as a Pokémon being put to sleep by Darkrai's Dark Void attack.


Roserade' is the final evolution of Budew. Roselia evolves into Roserade by the use of a Shiny Stone.

Game Info


Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
Diamond/Pearl Evolve Roselia None
Platinum Evolve Roselia None
HeartGold/SoulSilver Evolve Roselia None
Black/White Evolve Roselia None

Side Game Locations

Game(s) Area(s)
Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness Mystery Jungle (B1F-B29F)
Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Vien Forest
Pokémon Rumble Silent Forest

Pokédex Entries


Side Game Data

Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia
No. Pokémon Group Field Move Poké Assist
R-010 PR Roserade Sprite Roserade Grass SOA Cut 3 Cut 3 PA Grass SofA Grass
Capture Points* On Sight**
6165 Chases player.
Browser Entry
It shoots leaves and needles. It also scatters pollen to attack.
* - This is the amount of points required to capture the Pokémon (excluding boss Pokémon).
** - This is the reaction of the Pokémon when players approach it.

Trainers with a Roserade


Roserade's name possibly comes from a combination of the words "Rose" and "Masquerade".


  • Roserade is tied with Exeggutor for the highest Special Attack for non-legendary Grass types.
  • Despite the Pokédex entries stating the Pokémon uses whips to attack, it does not learn Vine Whip or Power Whip.


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