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The leaves of my rose plant is turning yellow. The young buds are turning brown. Lately the budding ends are drying up.

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I water them everyday. Why they are drying up? I can't understand what went wrong. Is there a way to get flowers again?

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  • I suggest putting the water on the soil and not wetting the plants . wet leaves can promote fungus which may be the problem. May 4 at 23:47
  • Thanks for responding, okay, I shall try some anti-fungal spray. But what about the yellow leaves, is it too because of fungus?
    – Spectra
    May 5 at 10:53
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Growth of rose plants depends on a number of factors including:

  • Sunlight
  • Nutrition
  • Watering
  • Pests
  • Diseases/fungus

Seems like in your case quite a few of these factors are in play

Fungus is one, growth of fungus indicates high humidity or low sunlight, even both, ensure your plant is getting at least 4-8 hours of sunlight and has enough nutrition. Add a good organic rose fertilizer.

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