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Rosa mundi rose bush

Rosa mundi rose bush

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MIKE MACKRILL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MIKE MACKRILL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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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