Two different adults make???

greattigerdane(z5NY)August 20, 2006

I'm a little curious. Ok, lets say I have two different mature flowering Rose Of Sharon's, one white, one pink.Then I get seed pods on one, or maybe both. Then I get baby Rose of Sharon's, either planted from the seeds, or just growing on willy nilly on their own.

Will some of the little ones get pink flowers and some get white flowers? Can some of the little ones have an entirely different flower color than the two mature bushes (pink & white) that started the whole thing?

Thank you for any help on this,


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You will get mixed results. SOme white, some pink and probably even a variety of colors. It may all depend on what the parents of the seed bearing plants were colored.

    Bookmark   August 21, 2006 at 12:35PM
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Thank you!

    Bookmark   August 21, 2006 at 3:29PM
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