Another busy Wednesday, so a quick post.
One of the rose bushes that grows in front of my house will sometimes have a few different colored blooms.
The blooms on this rose bush are usually a nice bright yellow color, but sometimes a few nice red buds will show up. When they open the color starts to fade into a really beautiful reddish orange color.
I am not sure why I get these different colored blooms on my rose bush. Perhaps I should do more research, or maybe someone knows the answer and can let me know in the comments. I do know that they usually show up in about the same place, but not every year. They also may show up for just a month or so in the middle of the blooming period, which here in California lasts about 8-9 months.
I really like it when they show up, but am not disappointed if I go a year without seeing them. They are always a nice surprise, and when they don’t show up I still have beautiful yellow blooms.
I hope you enjoyed these beautiful blooms, I always do. My roses remind me of my Grandpa who would always bring plants to us from the nursery he worked in.