While we were preparing for one of the wedding, we were pleasantly surprised when we came across a two-toned rose among a bunch of mountain pink roses.
But can you tell if these rose are dyed or natural?
This is a natural occurrence due to the acidity in the soil. We are guessing this little one was grown in between soils of different acidity, thus resulting in the half and half colour :) Doesn't it remind you of neapolitan ice cream?
Roses pictured: Cappuccino Rose, Quicksand Rose, Miss Piggy Rose, Yam rose, White Rose, Dark Red Rose, Mountain Pink Rose, O’Hara pink, and more!
Though there are many other trendy flowers out there now, we still stick by roses as our go-to flowers! It is no longer just your classic red and white roses. As you can see, there are so many different shades of roses now that we are usually spoilt for choice! :D