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I agree with Dave. Try general TLC every time before you get the sprays out
Hi Gardengirl, they aren't roses, they're something much softer. If not corydalis maybe thalictrum?
Rose seedlings are obviously shrubs right from the start and the base starts to get woody early on.
Gardengirl, those seedlings in the pot look more like a corydalis than a rose. I'll check on the old PMs and see if I can work out what I sent you.
I've looked and they don't do back far enough.
That's 2 votes for sorbaria Louise.
Don't throw away a plant because it hasn't flowered.
But if there are no leaves at this time of year it's dead.
We all lose things, don't be disheartened.
I think that's a sorbaria
I think so, yes. Evening primrose
everything that's alive will die.
of old age, drought, too wet, disease, infestation, getting swamped by a larger plant, getting an accidental dose of weed killer. The list is endless
I haven't tried that one in grass Fleurisa. I'm always putting something more out in the meadow. I don't care what it is as long as it will grow in grass and please me and the insects. I'll scatter some seed out there when it's ripe.
Blackcurrant wine Steve