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06-18-2005 10:59 AM
melizerd mine haven't done that yet but my mom's have. They've been next to each other for 10 years, she gets a different variety now then she did when she started.
06-17-2005 10:28 PM
AndreaB sounds intriguing!
06-17-2005 08:34 PM
lvissers That is odd!
05-16-2005 04:12 PM
Stink_Momma Dina, you are right. I couldn't think of the right wording he told me! Germination, I think is what he said.
05-16-2005 04:08 PM
dinapooh2 How strange. I would have figured it had something to do with cross-polination or cross-breeding or something.
05-16-2005 03:51 PM
Nikki820 Very odd, but very cool. PIctures would be awesome!
05-16-2005 03:50 PM
Dawn Oh that IS weird! That could explain why one of our rose bushes seems to have changed colors. But they are only a few years old. Can't wait to see yours!
05-16-2005 03:20 PM
Shari It's very odd.
I know that you can change the color of a rose depending on fertilizer and stuff like that... but I"ve never seen it myself.
05-16-2005 02:38 PM
Elaine weird! you really do have to take a pic
05-16-2005 02:37 PM
Stink_Momma We planted several rose bushes in front of our house about 4 years ago. They were this peachy/pink color. Everyyear they do nicely.

The other day, I am checking them out and I notice they are covered in buds. Only the buds are not the same color the roses used to be. Very strange....

Our peach rose bushes have changed themselves into magenta rose bushes. And to top it off, the flower is completely different. DH was talking to his mom and telling her this, and she said it is normal. I am almost convinced we must have replaced them and just don't remember. So I mention it to my Babysitters DH who does landscape. He says, rose bushes will do this. When their lifespan as the mixed flower they were made to be, grows out, they revert to whatever flower it was originally.

Did you know that? I think it is bizarre. To top it off, one of the bushes, has one long limb that is still making my old roses!! I have got to take a picture for you all!

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