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I planted 3 different color roses, now they are all the same color?

I planted 3 different colored roses, yellow, light pink and darker pink. I planted them as far away as suggested, to maintain color, but still, they all turned out the darker pink. If I seperate them, will they return to their natural color?

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3 Responses to “I planted 3 different color roses, now they are all the same color?”

  1. slopoke6968 on June 1st, 2010 7:31 pm

    TRIPPEE………..

  2. Stephen W on June 1st, 2010 7:58 pm

    It depends, sometimes they graft different colors on the same root stock, if the graft part dies, then it will return to the original color.

  3. Nana Hexe on June 1st, 2010 8:44 pm

    I have over 100 roses and that has not happened sounds like all you have left is what I call own root like the other gentleman said, sounds like the grafted parts died.What the suckers are great for is turning them into climbers, but the only thing with that is, that they usually only bloom once a year and seem to be prone to blackspot disease.Anyway if you want different colors again you will have to purchase new roses check out David Austin roses I have found that my favourites are the old english roses because they are disease resistant and bloom profusely and are self cleaning.

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