Splendor in the Grass? Cutting I rooted last fall has suckered!
I could not believe my eyes shortly after noon, I look out the back door and see this rose sticking up, thought something broke off my cutting I rooted late August last year and overwintered in my sunroom.
I cannot believe it has suckered already with two canes, also one new huge cane on the main plant, which may turn into a problem but delightful for now. I pulled a lot of grass out around and between the canes and will work on it some more.
It's in as sunny a spot as I could find to plant it early in the spring, get's morning sun and late afternoon sun, just went shady when I grabbed my camera. A double pink, unknown, moss-type rose, may be a climber, know it's a once-bloomer.
This is one tough rose. I'll post a photo of its blooms which I've posted umpteen times already; nobody knows what it is. I'm hoping it will bloom better now that I got out of the mess I found it in where it has struggled neglected among trees and brush for years.