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Sarah Raven demonstrates the best method for planting a rose to avoid root rock and sucker growth.spring or autumnMore advice on caring for rosesPlanting a rambling rose against a tree video projectHow to plant a rose, with Monty DonPruning shrub
Hello everybody ! Could you help pls ? I planted a FILIPES KIFTSGATE about 3 yrs ago for a client ..It was intended to grow around a tubular Laurel (about 3 mts in diameter) .... All seems healthy except , still no flowers !??. I (& the Rose
Rose powdery mildew is a fungus that produces airborne spores from infected stems or buds on roses. After overwintering on your plants, the disease is most likely to flare up if the roots are in dry soil and the leaves are in humid air - conditions
Last year my rose bushes developed yellow spots instead of blackspot. Any ideas anyone Here is a site with some photos of rose diseases. Or could it be a nutrient deficiency? Are they well fed? http://www.huntingtonbotanical.org/Rose/resources/springinthegarden.htm
Can anyone suggest a good book on roses that I can use to find out what the roses are in my garden before I bought the house 10 years ago?
My climbing rose has some yellow leaves amongst the new green leaves is the plant short of food?
The rose leaf rolling sawfly injects a chemical into young rose leaves to cause them to curl protectively around her eggs. Within a week the eggs hatch into green caterpillars that start to eat their home. In mid-summer, leaving behind skeletonised
Pruning roses keeps them in shape and encourages more flower growth and healthier plants. Cut weak shoots right back to promote stronger growth from the base.Rose bushSecateursautumn or spring20 minutesRemove dead shoots and the tips of stems
Can anyone do this ? how do you name a rose for someone For those wanting to dedicate plants in a Internet Linked Memorial Garden, please see:http://mysisterdalesgarden.com/ Reply to Billy Bug and maddieconman:Yes, it is possible to name a rose
, preventing the flower from opening. An invisible soft, slimy layer of mycelium then fuses the petals together. The problem is most acute on roses with a multitude of thin petals.Apparently healthy rose buds develop and fatten but fail to open. They eventually