We bought and planted six David Austin Roses in February this year and planted them in our garden. At first everything went well, with the plants growing and seemingly establishing. However, the leaves on four of them have now turned blacky brown and the plants look awful. We've fed and watered them regularly, and we enriched the ground before planting them. We have good drainage and there is no root rock. Any suggestions other than digging them out and burning them?
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