have: need to clarify my description of variegated ros

tweetypye(z8/sc AL)April 23, 2006

It occurred to me that some of you may have thought by "variegated" that I meant the foliage on the ROS was variegated, when in fact, I was talking about the bloom. I should have said "multicolored" instead. Any of you who have asked to trade for one thinking they had variegated foliage, let me know if you do not want it. I'm sorry if I confused some of you.

When Rosy and I were getting the cuttings for rooting, we were labeling each bag of cuttings according to their bloom color. This one had a very unusual multicolored single bloom that I had never seen before. These cuttings came from an old home that my daughter purchased and the original owners were quite the plant collectors, so I haven't a clue as to the real names of these ROS cuttings.

If you thought you were getting a variegated foliage ROS, and do not want to trade, no problem, just let me know.


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