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Why does this happen?

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Why does this happen?

Post by neptune on 19th October 2015, 02:03

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This Moonstone is a first for me......not sure weather to call it a double header or two roses from the one this a common abnormality?... Hmmmm

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Re: Why does this happen?

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th October 2015, 06:19

The straight out answer is no, it is called cell division/elongation in normal language. Doubling of the number of cells. Best I can think of this early, the answer is in the back f the head somewhere.
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Re: Why does this happen?

Post by LouiseJB on 19th October 2015, 21:50

I had the same thing on Double Delight recently. I thought a little to much 'food' may cause it. I have seen it occur on other plants of Double Delight so some varieties may be more prone to it than others.


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