Rosa mundi rose bush

Rosa mundi rose bush

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Caption: Rosa mundi rose (Rosa gallica 'Versicolour') bush. The darker pink stripes on the petals of this rose are known as irregular colour breaks and they occur as a result of unstable genes. The Rosa mundi rose grows as a large shrub, reaching two metres in height and one metre in width. Native to southern Europe, it has been grown in gardens since the sixteenth century.

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Keywords: biological, biology, botanical, botany, bush, cross, european, flower, flowers, genetic, genetics, grass, hybrid, mutated, mutation, nature, petal, petals, plant, random colour breaks, rosa gallica 'versicolour', rosa mundi, rose, striped, stripey, unstable genes

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