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Woody perennial, genus Rosa, grown for attractive flowers.

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Rose leaves died

I have rose plant in a pot. It was blooming earlier,then all the leaves got fall. I believe it's due to fall season. But now the new leaves are there, they are also bending towards down. Looks like ...
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Is my Roses rooting

I have a rose from a dear friend's funeral, it is 3 weeks old and I have it in a glass of water on my kitchen window; today I have noticed it has some side shoots; also it appears to have a root 2cm ...
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Are there any remedy for rose mildew?

There are 3 times mildew has attacked different rose plants and all died. Is that mean i should give up? Or there any remedy?
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Can I start rose plant from stems?

I got this flowers other day and they started to die. I heard somewhere if I plant the stick/stems of roses, each stem will start into a rose plant. Is it true and if so how should I stick them in ...
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Does deadheading roses work?

I understand that it's accepted horticultural practice but is there any scientific evidence that deadheading roses actually encourages further flowering?
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Insects on Field Rose

I'm kinda new to gardening, and also new to my current area. I'm now living in central London and in my small garden I have a rosebush that I believe is a "Field rose" rosebush. It's not in ...
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Is this a rose runner?

Recently I noticed a few clusters of these new growths near a rose bush, and one a few feet away. Just based on the several inch distance I would guess they are rose runners. But the rose itself doesn'...
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How does sap flow relate to angle of stem/branch?

Being spring in my part of the world, I have recently been pruning my young trees and roses. Having read and watched a bunch of educational content to remind myself of the do's and don'ts of pruning. ...
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When to Transplant Rose Cuttings

A few weeks back I took some cuttings from a rose bush and potted them following this guide: https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/rose-rustling/9430144. Since then I've learned the difference ...
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Rose leaf edges are browning , please help?

I have an indoor rose. Some time ago I added some succulent potting mix to it, then I noticed the tips are turning brown. I changed its soil again. I feel it's not as fresh as before. Any idea what ...
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Pruning "unmaintained" roses

I am not a gardener, but I have however found myself in stewardship of 3 rose plants planted in beds, each in memory of folks who've crossed over. They have never been pruned. The only clue I can give ...
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Looking for Yellow Climbing Rose Names - Zone 4 Hardy - Original Root - Info & Recommendations Needed

I am in Northern New York (USDA Zone 4) and trying to find a yellow climbing rose hardy in my zone with it's own (Non-Grafted) root. I've looked through many nursery and rose society websites and have ...
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Growing rose plant indoor

While I grow roses indoor, should I always cut the old flowers that are going wither? And how long does it take for a new rose flower to grow?
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Trying to propagate a rose using the air propagation method. When should I cut and plant the propagated segment?

I have had one of those plastic balls attached to a climbing rose since May this year Is it now a good time to cut the segment and plant it in the ground ?
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Rose Plant flowering not looking good

I purchased a rose plant from nearby nursery for pretty cheap with big pot. It had one flower at that time, After 5 days of purchase 3 new flowers bloomed. They were dull and had curled peatals and a ...
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Can anyone help identify this rose?

I love the look and scent of this rose in my garden, which was here when I moved in. Can anyone please help me to identify it? It is about 6-7ft at its tallest point, and the stems seem fairly long ...
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Can anyone help identify a rose?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. It's quite a tall rose bush. At least 7 or 8ft. I could get more pics if needed.
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17 gallon pot for rose bush

I have a 17" tall / 17 gallon pot and I plan to use it for planting my David Austin rose Charles Darwin https://www.davidaustinroses.com/products/charles-darwin I know the website said large ...
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What happened to my rose plants?

The leaves of my rose plant is turning yellow. The young buds are turning brown. Lately the budding ends are drying up. I water them everyday. Why they are drying up? I can't understand what went ...
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What to do with climbing rose suckers in Spring?

I planted several climbing roses last year and put a bit too much compost on top. Now I think there are a bunch of suckers coming out and I can barely tell which one is the main "body" of ...
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what are these brown buds on rose plant stem

I often see these brown buds on my rose plant stems, What are these Brow buds, are these harmful? if so how to prevent/cure these. They can be removed easily, but rose Thorns make it difficult. (...
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What are these insects on my roses?

They do not seem to be harming the plants (yet), but I am concerned because of their sheer number!
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Can this baby rose plant be shifted to a different pot

[I bought this rose plant a couple of months ago. I recently noticed there's a smaller baby rose plant next to the main plant. I'm not sure if it's a new seedling or just an offshoot of the main plant....
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Feasibility of transplanting a mature rose

This rose is in the way, and I would like to move it about 20 feet back and towards the fence in the next week or two. It's about 6 feet tall; the largest stem is about two inches in diameter at the ...
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Is this rose plant growing from seed?

I have a climbing rose next to this and I popped a bunch of seeds around the area. Is this some weed (blackberry) or rose? It doesn’t look too happy, does it? Maybe lack of water?
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Rose plant original

Rose plant original stem or plant sucker stem, can I remove or keep it like same?
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Mini rose “bush” - how to save?

My grocery store was selling some weird Valentine’s Day rose bush things. They were desperately under-watered and looked so sad, so I picked one up, hoping to save it. But I’m not sure where to start ...
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Rose sucker? What to do?

This is growing from soil below but it has some stems with three leaves and some with 7 leaves. From what I know this is an alpine rose plant. The last image is the main main stem. In the image below, ...
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Is this blackberry or rose sprout?

I had climbing rose next to this. Late last year I pulled a bunch of seeds and buried near this area: I am in Pacific Northwest. Is it blackberry or rose?
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My Roses have disease gall?

I have noticed the discoloring of the stems of my roses. Do I have to remove the discolored stems? Aside from cleaning my cutting tools, is there anything I can do to prevent this?
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How do I preserve a rose bush over the winter?

Having moved into a new house over the Summer (UK), I am keen to preserve the very good state in which the previous residents left the garden. In particular, there is a lovely rose bush growing along ...
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Is it too late to plant roses in the ground in November

I bought some David Austin roses earlier this year and put them into containers to test. The reason is that my yards are very shady so I wanted to see if the "spot" works due to many pine ...
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Rose shrub suddenly dying 1 month after transplantion

I live in South India .We bought this yellow rose 4 years ago, which blooms and slowly turns white in color after few days.[Since I don't know which variety it is] Earlier,we planted the shrub beside ...
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7 years old Rose shrub giving shriveled up leaves and flowers

I live in South India ,we shifted into our new house 7 years ago and planted this dark pink rose soon after from a nursery .There were 2 of them, but one of them died soon after planting, from shock I ...
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Is this a climbing rose?

I had this rose bush for a few years and I used to cut it back in winter. Two years ago it grew some long stems and I decided to let them and see if they can survive winter, which they did and they ...
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Rose flowers distorted

[MMe Hardy 1] [Mme Hardy 2]- English rose in pot.Distortion in bud through to full flower, except they do not open due to this virus [?] or pest.Flower buds normally have a greenish centre that opens ...
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Why do my roses look dry, brown and full of holes?

I've been using Bayer's BioAdvance Rose and Flower care to feed and prevent insects/diseases. It did ok last season, not wonderful, but ok. This season my rose bushes are dry, they have brown/rust ...
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What kind of rose bush is this?

What kind of rose bush is this? I live in Montana, so our weather is colder and unpredictable. It has a lovely fragrance.
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How can I save my miniature roses?

I bought these miniature roses about 3 months ago from the supermarket, so I was aware they might not live long. However, they seemed to do well. After I removed the dead flowers and moved them near ...
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Rose tip got brown burn quilted and dropped rose head

I bought this rose from David Austin last year https://www.davidaustinroses.com/us/the-poet-s-wife-shrub-rose Every since it was fine until I check it today in May 25 (I am in Pacific Northwest) It ...
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Two colours on one stem

I have a very tall, leggy rose the blooms are in clusters but what is strange is that most are red but sometimes there are some yellow flowers on the same cluster. Any ideas what this rose is?
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Why has my double rose started single flowering?

I have a climbing rose that started life as a double, but after a couple of years started flowering as singles (in the same colour). What's the deal? And is there a way to get the doubling back?
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The petals of rose flowers are burned

I have a question about my rose flowers. I have two rose flowers which are planted in the garden, one of them is in the sun and another is in shadow during the day. The following problem is ocuured ...
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What is the name of this rose?

This rose is blooming in my garden. Purchased this place six months ago, and it has lots of roses. This one has me stumped. Long stems without a lot of thorns. Dark pink and light pink stripes.
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Can anyone identify these insects in my rose bud?

What are these? Just noticed them - wondering if they are bad for the plant or my health.
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Rose has small leaves maybe nutrition issue?

I bought this rose from David Austin https://www.davidaustinroses.com/us/the-poet-s-wife-shrub-rose It had rabbit eating the top part down to the ground in beginning. My past question David Austin ...
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What is the name of this type of rose?

I have recently bought a fragrant rose which hasn't bloomed yet. The stems are densely thorned. You can see its small and delicate thorns in the middle of the picture. Is there any chance anyone knows ...
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Climbing Rose, is it true that I need 6 hours of sunlight?

I live in West Yorkshire, UK. It is mostly cloudy here. I am thinking of planting a red climbing rose. I know very little about gardening, so I thought I'd ask the pros here. Do I really need 6 hours ...
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How close can I plant a clematis to a small climbing rose

I am planting a clematis with Rosa Creme de la Creme. I do not have room to leave 3ft between the two. Can I plant them closer
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Save a dying rose plant

Good day everyone! I would like to ask for some help on how to save my dying rose plant. This rose plant was thought to be dead last year when it dropped all its leaves and I did not remove the "...
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