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As a comment about Rose (Rosa 'Alchymist'), zuzu wrote:

Even though this rose is a once-bloomer, I can't imagine not having it in my garden. The blooms are incredibly packed with petals and have a nice quartered form. The rose is classified as an "apricot blend," but the blooms can also be pink, yellow, buff, or any combination of those colors.
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chelle
May 22, 2012 12:51 PM CST
Last year I got the first bloom on this rose, as pictured here . In 2011, just one bloom caught my notice and was captured with the camera.

This year there are quite a few blooms, but they're totally different in color.
Thumb of 2012-05-22/chelle/cc3e3f


The one bloom in 2011 was down behind some other plants and opened in shade, I wonder if that made a difference?

At any rate, it's an amazingly changeable and interesting rose. Lovey dubby
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