It is still small in structure and now grows in a medium-large sized pot. It gets full sun in the morning, it gets regularly battered by strong easterly winds, sometimes cooked in scorching summer conditions, only watered every other day, but it delivers, year after year. The best $5 I have ever spent.
It is called a Chameleon Rose, and as you will see, it's name is well deserved.
|It starts as a sunny yellow bud with a touch of hot pink on the edges|
|Before turning almost apricot in colour|
|A few days later the pink begins to over take the apricot which is softening to cream|
|Before the cream turns to white and the pink is at full intensity|
|Then the pink slowly fades towards the end, leaving a delicate aging white bloom|
|And the best thing, is that at any given time there are all the stages on the one rose bush.|
Isn't it beautiful?
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