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"Hello all, I have had my girl for 18 years. Love her dearly! She only molts about every 2 years or so now. Has anyone had a rose hair that long? Does anyone know what the general correlation between age and molting frequency is beyond, "the young molt more and the elderly molt infrequently.". I have been to sites that say they only live 4-6 years. Clearly that is not the case. Most sites shy away from giving any kind of range. I had 2 other roses that I got from someone. No idea how old they were or how long she had them, but one was little, comparatively speaking, and died within a year of having it. The larger one, bigger than my Tiara, died a few years after I had it. Just looking for any info anyone may have. Thanks!"

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