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Please does anyone know why roses flourish but don`t make any buds. They are perfectly healthy plants, with glossy leaves etc, and the climber is a good height but as yet has no buds. HELP. Horribly cold and dark year so far? If things get warmer
What is the best way to take and propagate rose cuttings?? Chris. 10" semi hardwood cuttings in a trench with sharp sand at the bottom, in September. I am sure there is a very recent thread all about this -sorry I can't look for it now. Hopefully
Is it to late to cut back roses.I havent the heart now that they are sprouting again. In Scotland we have waited for weather to get better,now roses tall at top,should I leave well alone.Any advice wecome..
I've just joined the forum and will be very grateful if someone could give me advice on a patio rose purchased last year. It's just named "Yellow Patio " and gave me abundant flowers last year. It lives in a pot, plenty big enough, and has been
I want to make an all rose flower bed. It's a kidney shaped bed (max 5.4 m long x 2m wide) in the middle of a south facing lawn. Ideally I would like fairly low growing roses, probably pink, easy to care for and with some scent. I'm a complete
I intend connecting two garden arches with 100mm x 100mm post with 24mm or 32mm manilla rope swags. The arches are approx 2.2mtr high and 6mtrs apart. One is, recently planted, with climbing rose Penny Lane, 2 off and clematis. The second arch has
I need to move a rambling rose this winter, any advice would be welcomed. Will I need to cut it down and sacrifice the flowers for next year? Personally I would cut it back. This will help the plant put energy into new growing new roots.
Please could anyone advise me if there is a rose called Martin. I've tried to find one through web sites and garden centres but so far drawn a blank. I'd like to buy one for the garden to commemorate my husband's 60th birthday. If there iosn't one
Can anybody help my wife. She has a climbing rose,pictured above, which has got way out of control, and she is at a loss as how to prune it. All the books she has read tell her to cut right back to just above a bud, or growing point. The trouble
My mother had a very vigorous rose in the front garden, but due to attack by passers-by it died after a traumatic transplant (some ten years ago). It was quite old (some thirty years), and unfortunately I have no picture of it (at least none I can