Dealing with Rose Diseases

Despite a gardener’s best efforts, roses can often become infected with fungus diseases. Luckily, few fungus problems will kill your rose bush and most can be handled with low toxicity and minimal effort. Here are the top four rose diseases and how to handle them.

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Rose Hips – Edible Treats After the ...

Rose hips are the seed pods of roses. They look like small crab apples and make good food and a great source of vitamin for us and the birds. Here’s how to harvest and use yours.

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How to Grow Rugosa Roses – Rugged and ...

Rugosa roses have great cold tolerance and pest resistance and many are fragrant. Here are some tips for growing and caring for rugged rugosa roses.  [Read more…]

How to Grow Hardy Miniature Roses

Miniature roses deliver all the punch of full size roses in a size that suits any garden. They may look delicate, but miniature roses are hardier than many tea roses and much easier to grow. Great as a specimen, an edger or in containers, mini roses are easy care […] Continue Reading…

How to Prune a Hybrid Tea Rose

Hybrid tea roses aren't quite as fussy as their reputation would have you believe, but they do require some maintenance. Pruning hybrid tea roses will help keep them healthy and productive. Follow these easy steps to keep your hybrid tea blooming.  [Read more…]

Bare Root Rose Do's and Don'ts

How do you get from a bundle of thorns to an armload of blossoms? Help your bare root roses get established quickly.  [Read more…]

Roses: Boost Their Growth with Springtime ...

A bit of spring rose care will mean healthier roses throughout the growing season. It's time to wake up your roses with some TLC.  [Read more…]

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