Rose Of Sharon Plants
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Started New Rose of Sharon plants from seeds same bush. Why are new plants blooming white, purple, and pink (orginal plant w

Zone Dothan Alabama 36303 | sandra wilson added on June 28, 2018 | Answered

Orginal plant white seed produced one white tree, one pink tree one purple tree

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Answered on June 28, 2018

The color to rose of Sharon is variable; you might say unstable. This is especially true of seed that comes from a hybrid plant or one that was cross-pollinated with a different colored rose of Sharon. Hybrids, like cross-pollinated plants have 2 (or more) different parent plants so the seed will have different color genetics, just like our children. To reproduce white flowers, try stem cuttings.

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