Would agree Claudine think the name " Abracadabra " suits the unique colors of this rose perfectly
- especially as each bloom is unique and totally different from any other
However even though I've always liked " Abracadabra " and always thought it to be an exquisite looking rose - its one that I prefer to see in a vase rather than growing in the garden - particularly as the majority of the ones that I've seen - tended to have a lot more yellow in them - than the one in your picture and looked what I would call " very busy " from a distance.
Although very similar to " Abracadabra " and actually even rarer and harder to get hold of - I would choose one of the two below - as they are a touch more subtle and a lot more versatile and particularly - my all time extra special favorite - " Hocus Pocus " - which looks absolutely stunning wherever it is
Hocus Pocus - in bud and the true color of this rose
Hocuc Pocus - although not quite true to color - best shot of what it looks like in full bloom
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