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Piñata Rose

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The Piñata rose is a climbing florabunda. As florabunda suggests, the plant yields an abundance of flowers. Rather than one bloom bud per stem, florabundas are apt to have 4, 5, or 6 or more.

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True to it's name, 'Piñata', this rose is full of surprises. One cluster of roses may be predominately yellow while another may be mostly orange, or peach, or coral, or any combination of these colors.

I bought this rose early last year for the mark down price of around $2.00. It was so small, it was in a bag, not a pot. It is now about shoulder high and thriving. I can hardly wait for it to climb to the eaves of the house. What a show that will be.

Like my backdrop? Not wanting to hunt for something, I just took off my straw hat and used it, instead. So, I'm lazy.

I have done nothing to enhance the colors in this picture. The Piñata roses actually are that vivid/brilliant.

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August 16, 20160 found this helpful

They are beautiful and the hat actually helps make the photo complete.

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August 16, 20160 found this helpful

Thank you!

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August 16, 20160 found this helpful

Very vibrant colors!

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August 22, 20160 found this helpful

Those are ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! I've never been particular to roses myself, but yours have changed my mind! I plan on seeking out a bush for myself in the future.

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Thank you so much for sharing your lovely photo and the information! Ps- using the hat wasn't lazy, it was creative & great thinking on your feet! Looks great, & thanks again! You've got MY vote!

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August 23, 20160 found this helpful

Ivey,

Thanks for an exceptionally nice comment. i do hope you find this particular rose. If you do, remember this rose seems to be easier than most to root from cuttings. Pictured is just one of the several I have rooted, so far.

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August 23, 20160 found this helpful

Couldn't help but post this as well. All these flowers are born on a single cluster.

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August 24, 20160 found this helpful

Wow! I'm even MORE amazed! (& I find it especially sweet because you said they were 'born') I love plants & flowers ( I entered the Wild Pink Lillies (& the Eastern Box Turtle!) in this contest, & the Easy Tip for Re-potting Ferns & Trailing Vines, etc in Gardening Tips- if you grow that type of plant, you might find it useful!

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Is there any helpful advice for growing your roses? (I'm glad to hear that they root easily from cuttings!) I always thought Roses sounded hard to grow, which is why I have kind of avoided them. I'm not EXACTLY a green-thumb, but am learning! And once again find myself drawn to your great pics of your beautiful roses! Thanks again!

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September 1, 20160 found this helpful

This is a beautiful picture. Looks like a painting.

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September 1, 20160 found this helpful

Yes, but they were supposed to look like the real roses they are. I was afraid people would think I didn't grow them. Your comment makes me feel better about the picture. Thanks, Ma'am

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September 8, 20160 found this helpful

You got my vote. They are beautiful.

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September 8, 20160 found this helpful

I should have said it would make a beautiful painting. Didn't mean to sound like the roses were not real. Love the way you have placed them on your hat.

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September 7, 20160 found this helpful

Dear likekinds- I came back to admire your lovely roses again and was reading the comments as well. I wanted to reassure you that ThriftyFun is able to easily know if photos are indeed real, & are sure to know exactly where they are taken & other information that is automatically generated by digital photos. I say this because I once "posted" a picture of a stunning Iris I had seen on the internet ( I was new & not as aware of the rules) I did not claim the photo as my own, but was simply asking the community if anyone could identify it for me. I received a very kind email from the ThriftyFun editors explaining that "unfortunately, my picture was a fake" (!!!) that someone had dolled-up with Photoshop!

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Imagine my disappointment, the "Iris" was really amazing, & I had wanted to grow some for my Mother!! Of course, it was never posted (thank goodness, I would have been mortified!), but the editor was very kind to me about the whole thing, & certainly never accused ME of 'trying to pull a fast one, which I greatly appreciated. So the moral of the story is: ThriftyFun is on the ball when it comes to such concerns, & they care about the integrity of their site & the people who enjoy it- so post your beautiful pictures with confidence, and know that the other things you see here are from real people just like you and me!

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