Mutant rose branch
I have a double white knock out rose in my yard. The rose has one branch that come off it somewhere near the bottom of the plant. This branch blooms some very unique flowers. They are ether Champaign, white or white with just a tiny hint of pink around the outside of the flower. I have been pruning the rose to promote this branch and the past 3 years it has been blooming like this. So this year I pruned off pieces of it and rooted them. I now have 4 little bitty rose bushes that bloom like that. I am not sure what would have caused this mutated branch. Has anyone else ever heard of something like this? I have found some people that have had mutations but never anything like this. Here is a picture of the original bush and I will post a couple blooms from my rooted bushes.
This post was edited by bkutz1 on Mon, Oct 7, 13 at 14:12