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Hi there,
Just enquiring please, do you have a rose called Jackie please?

  • Colleen Cave asked 7 years ago
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hi
i want chrysementhum flower with the pot price $22.00.
how can i have that…

  • swastika asked 3 years ago
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Hello, i had awful rust on my new roses this season gone, is there anything I can do to help for the next season please?

  • Sheryl Herries asked 5 years ago
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How do you take rose cuttings and propagate them?

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Hi, my roses are looking pretty sad and have lost most of the leaves, can I prune these now? Thanks

  • Lorraine asked 5 years ago
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We’ve just moved into a house with an old rose garden, it’s beautiful but the weeds are out of control. We’ve also just changed the carpet, removing an old woollen carpet. Can we use the old carpet as weed matting in the rose garden??

  • Lyrese Rodgers asked 5 years ago
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Can pea straw harm my roses if i cover the surrounding area of bottom of my roses,and when should i do this

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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After pruning I sprayed with Liquid copper mixed with Conqueror spraying oil. After talking further to the ladies at Palmers I was told to continue with the oil on its own every fortnight. After not been in the garden for 3 days, aphids have arrived. In my collection I also have Shield and Super Shield but have not used them yet. Should I be using the oil as well as the shield is my question? When do I use the copper again?

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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I have about 40 roses that have fantastic growth and lots of buds and flowers unfortunately the flowers and leaves of some bushes seem to have been eaten by earwigs? at least I think that is what it is. Could earwigs be causing this damage and if so what can I do to get rid of them??

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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what causes black spot on roses and how to treat them

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One rose plant is not growing very well . How can it be moved to a better spot effectively?

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I have 5 standard roses ( lasting love adabreton hybrid tea ) and they grow very high and fast and then will fold over on the new growth, I then have to cut this off which means i dont get all the flowers + they dont keep very well when cut . thanks

  • Eugene Williams asked 8 years ago
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My daughter is about to have her first baby and rather than send flowers I thought it would be different to send her a rose bush to mark the birth. Do you have any rose bushes with a suitable name? Also could you deliver to her address which is in Fitzroy, New Plymouth?
Look forward to hearing from you.

Regards from UK

Barbara Cooke

  • Barbara Cooke asked 8 years ago
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We’ve recently moved to the Hawkes Bay and were thrilled to find we have peony roses however the foliage is dying off big time – is this normal? How should we care for them now?

  • Lavinia asked 5 years ago
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Hi there, I have some iceberg roses which are planted side by side .Most are doing well except for three. Two of the rose bushes have persistent blackspot and yellowing leaves despite religious fortnightly spraying and one despite healthy leaves and buds has the droopiest blooms which look like they have been water deprived but certainly have not been. Any advice is very welcome.!

  • absie asked 7 years ago
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Hi can you tell me when is the best time to grow rose seeds?

Thanks Tania

  • Tania asked 5 years ago
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My landscaper has planted three iceberg roses in a lawn area where the grass is butted up to the trunk. Is this okay as the only way to feed them is with a liquid fertiliser and I’m concern this may limit the amount of roses that will be delivered.

  • Darrin asked 7 years ago
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When is the perfect to time to move roses to a new position in the garden?

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Hi.

I have quite a few standard roses, mainly Iceberg and I have one Margaret Merrill. We have just built the house and all roses were planted this winter. The Margaret Merrill has terrible black spot. I have been spraying it weekly but it doesn’t seem to be improving and only has about 10 leaves which are all covered in black spot. It has also started to spread to the two closest Icebergs and worry it will continue to spread to all of them. Should I get rid of the Margaret Merrill. I have never had a Margaret Merrill before so not sure if it is just later to bloom than the icebergs which currently all look amazing (besides a few leaves with black spot)and will still come away or it it should be covered in foliage by now? Also is I do get rid of it all together, will the black spot be in the soil and will I need to avoid replanting a rose there?

  • Michelle asked 5 years ago
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I have about 80 odd roses on my life style block which I have been tending too. The other week the neighbour that leases some of our land applied some fertilisers by helicopter which included quite a lot of sulphur. They flew quite close to the house and now my roses are looking like they are dying? They all had lovely new growth and now that has all yellowed and drooping. Could this have affected them?

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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