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  • Petal pigment problems

    I have a light pink tea rose. The petals have hot pink spots and the edges are wilting. Also some of the leaves have little black spots and yellow blotches. Does anyone know how I could fix this? Thanks.
    Posted to Hybrid Teas (Forum) by Rachelblonde on 06-22-2015
  • Container Roses

    I have two large concrete planters which I have planted two varieties of rose in each urn. Each planter has one Cole''s settlement in the front and one New Dawn. After the first year I was so amazed of how well these roses thrived. The New Dawn grew aggressively as expected but without any deleterious...
    Posted to Climbers and Ramblers (Forum) by Brian Conkerton on 03-08-2013
  • Australian roses

    I am searching for roses bred by Marguerite Parkes in Australia - she turns 90 in July - I need about 5 plants of each Sharon Louise Lisa Colfax Jenny Brown Pink Angel Hope someone can help
    Posted to General Questions (Forum) by Lynda on 05-01-2011
  • Re: roses

    Hey, to let the new and fresh blooms grow, you should cut all the old blooms. This will help for the growth of new blooms and these will soon convert into beautiful roes.
    Posted to General Questions (Forum) by Archidixon on 05-11-2010
  • Re: shady place roses

    hi....... actually for the roses to grow at its best level, 6 hours sunlight is must. If you want a good quality of roses, you need to arrange a place having sunlight for at least 6 hours otherwise the roses that will grow are of inferior quality.
    Posted to General Questions (Forum) by Archidixon on 05-11-2010
  • Re: Growing roses in shady areas?

    Your morning location certainly is the prime one. However. a good general rule of thumb is that all roses require a minimum of six hours of sun. Hope this helps. Let us know how you go. Sherry
    Posted to Climbers and Ramblers (Forum) by Sherm8 on 03-10-2010
  • Can you plant roses in steer manure compost

    Hi there, I am trying to plant bareroot roses can I plant them directly in the steer manure compost or does it need to be mixed? I have red clay soil. I was told to dig 18" hole and plant roses it the manure in the hole. Is this true??? I have 20 roses to plant and started planting yesterday. I...
    Posted to General Questions (Forum) by Paula on 04-06-2009
  • Aladdin's Dream Rose / Dream Collection Roses by Jerry Twomey

    Hello, my name is Anne and I am desperately looking for the Aladdin's Dream Rose Bush and/or a cutting. Does anyone know where I can locate one of these. I have been looking everywhere, and can't seem to find one. I ordered one years ago from Spring Hill Nursery, and I guess it was a limited...
    Posted to Hybrid Teas (Forum) by anne33 on 03-17-2009
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