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I had planted alot of rose seeds around in the gardens this year that I harvested from our two existing roses in different varieties and colors, then forgot about them thinking they wouldn't sprout. I know I planted some rose seedlings right near where this was growing. Could anyone tell me if they think it is indeed a rose seedling or not? I'm sorry it isn't a clearer photo.
They're still out of focus--you might try putting a white piece of paper behind the leaves when you take your pictures, that will force the camera to focus on the leaves rather than on the dirt underneath it. Someone may be able to tell from these pics but if not I'd try that trick for some new ones.
I don't feel them but I can see very tiny ones like one of the mother plants has, but not the stronger and thicker thorns yet. Just the little "hairy" like thorns. It is also branching out like the rose plant would alittle, with red on the tiny leaves. I will put it in another pot and le it grow bigger so it helps determine if it's a rose or not. I'm ecstatic if it is cause the one pink rose itself I have was supposed to have been grown via a rose seed that was kind of blown ( via the wind perhaps) in the garden and never planted on purpose as well many years ago. My dad thought it was a weed and almost threw it out but it is huge now.