I’ve had a rose for 5 years that was pink and white flowers. Now we have red roses. How do you explain this?
Follow the stems of the red roses back to where they come out of the plant or ground. If the rose was a grafted rose, you’ll probably find the red rose stems coming out from below the graft, which is the root stock from another color rose. So you now have two roses coming out of one plant. Cut out the red roses if that’s the case and keep the canes from your pink / white rose.