What Is a Hocus Pocus Rose?


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Hocus Pocus roses are small rose flowers with deep red petals that are lightly streaked with yellow. The roses are often referred to as "sweetheart roses" due to their size. A single sweetheart rose has approximately 25 petals. The flowers bloom year-round and produce a single bloom per stem.

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What Is a Hocus Pocus Rose?
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Hocus Pocus roses are actually derived from Black Beauty roses that feature dark red blooms. The yellow streaks are a natural genetic mutation of the flower species. Abracadabra roses are derived from Hocus Pocus roses. Abracadabra roses feature red petals that are heavily streaked with yellow. Abracadabras are unique in the fact that a single bush can produce both streaked blooms and solid blooms.

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