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goldenrose

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At least they're honest about what you'll get!!
You're right! We've all had deformed blooms but I couldn't attempt to sell that plant with it's current bloom. The next bloom could be absolutely fine but for the starting price or buy it now for $30 would you take a chance? I would think it would be worth more without a picture at all!
 
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Grandma M

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It sounds as if it might ba a nice cross....until you look at the picture. What was your bid, Rose??????
 
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goldenrose

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WHAT! There's a bid on it? It is an awarded cross BUT I just can't get past the picture!
They could give it to me!
 

rdlsreno

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Maybe it is just for this flowering but I will not bid on it!

Ramon:)
 

Hien

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SlipperKing is right, The seller is honest , he could have taken out the flower and nobody would be any wiser.
Maybe the second bloom will improve?
 
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Eric Muehlbauer

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I would think, though, that he would offer it at a lower price, considering its obvious defects, and the fact that, while it may bloom better on the next growth, there is a very, very good chance that it will always be just as ugly. Take care, Eric
 
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cwt

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We see flowers like that ocasionally between the complexes, and we found that heat and low humidy is a contributing factor( Greehouses on average in summer over 35 c). Usually the flower is correct the following season.
 

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