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Oplon 100pcs/ Bag Multicolor Rose Flower Seeds Garden Flower Plant Flowers
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Oplon 100pcs/ Bag Multicolor Rose Flower Seeds Garden Flower Plant Flowers

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After Receiving Some Feedback On The Roses, Apparently They Are Not Multi Coloured Which Is A Pity, As I Liked Them And Ordered For My Garden, They Will Be Single (Possibly Different Coloured) Roses, Still A Good Price If You Want

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Material: Seeds

Occasions: Garden,Courtyard, Farm, etc

Germination Temperature: 20 - 25 Celsius

Germination Time: 40 Days

Spacing: 20 cm x 20cm

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

Rainbow rose seeds do NOT exist, no matter how much the chinese sellers try to convince you they do!!.. it is not possible to grow a rainbow rose from a seed, the only way achievable is to dye the the petals or split the stems and dip each end in dye!

I can't believe how many people fall for this. 🤦🏼‍♀️

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Philkinellman
Philkinellman
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2 months ago

Even if they are just single colours, they'll still look good in my garden.

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

Philkinellman sorry to say but they will be single colours.

I just find it really annoying how they are allowed to mislead customers into thinking they are getting what the seller is promising, also the fact that amazon even allow it on there in the first place.

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Philkinellman
Philkinellman
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2 months ago

LittleLisaMarie It was actually the first time I'd hard of such a thing, I suppose it's a true saying, "If something seems to good to be true, it usually is."

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Dublish
Dublish2 months ago

LittleLisaMarie fully agree. These sell on wish and are all the same sellers across the different platforms and none of the seeds germinate let alone anything else.

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

Philkinellman don't get me wrong, they are beautiful. Just unfortunately not grown from a seed.. it's just a florists trick that has appeared to be quite popular the last year or so.. seems like that's the reason the chinese sellers are jumping on the bandwagon.. They are notorious for trying to rip people off as we all know, sadly amazon allow it to happen.

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

Dublish I've read that that the seeds don't germinate too. I've reported them to Amazon on multiple occasions but they don't seem to care. 😕

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Philkinellman
Philkinellman
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2 months ago

LittleLisaMarie After reading into it, I thought I'd expire the deal as it's misleading, Thanks.

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

Philkinellman I honestly didn't mean anything bad by it. these sellers can be very, very convincing, I have also been caught out in the past with a couple of things.

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nilly
nilly2 months ago

İ ordered these a while ago from AliExpress hoping I would grow colourful roses😂😂then I checked online and came up with the truth. I should have just listened to my parents in the first place😂😂😂

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 months ago

😂 You're not the first and definitely won't be the last lol. I see them posted on here quite often (by different users)

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JulieRoo
JulieRoo2 months ago

Scam! Roses rarely grow from seed

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MaireMulholl744
MaireMulholl7442 months ago

Such a shame these looked amazing. Thank you for sharing x

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