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Our daughter’s wedding reception is in our garden mid February 🙂 I have various bush roses so there’s ‘usually’ continuous flowers. I dead-head them regularly cutting down to a five-leafer but can I manipulate the flowering with the timing of my cutting to get the maximum blooms on wedding day?

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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 I prune roses and when please.
What to feed in winter extra

  • Rita asked 3 years ago
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I have 3 really old roses that have continuous blackspot, rust etc. no matter how much i spray its always there. is it possible to prune the roses right back to the main stem (the woody part) and start all over again, or will this effect the plant and stress is it out and kill it off?

  • Jackie asked 8 years ago
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Can you tell me,if you are doing a workshop on pruning Roses this month.

  • sallyann Sheppard asked 4 years ago
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Being middle of March ,when I prune off dead roses , do I prune for another flush of flowers ?

  • Jenny jacobsen asked 3 years ago
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My rather old roses (potted) look as though they are suffering from die back…but it seems I should have sprayed them with lime sulphur when leafless..is there anything I can do now? Should I keep on cutting off the bits that are turning brown and look dead? Should I just leave things alone and spray properly next year? They are flowering and look healthy otherwise.

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Hi

I would like to buy plants for friends who may be moving in the future, which needs to be easy to look after.

I like the idea of it being in a pot with colourful flowers and a strong perfume. A freind suggested the Josephine Bruce Rose what are your thoughts on this and can you suggest anything else

They both live in Auckland

Thanks very much
Wendy

  • Wendy Gadsden asked 6 years ago
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HI
I have a white fungus which has spread down all my iceberg standard roses. What can I do to get rid of the fungus? I also have a lot of aphids on roses this year.

  • Karen Kong asked 4 years ago
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I bought 14 Iceburg roses recently 2 are not doing as well as the rest not much growth on them and the flowers are quite pink in colour

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Hi
Can I use the mulch I have made from the rose bushes I pruned around my roses

  • Linda asked 5 years ago
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What are the 10 most disease resistant roses available in your centre, and which of those are fragrant?

  • Vernon Pribble asked 3 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 8 years ago
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Hi – I have an old climbing rose which hasn’t been pruned or trained on the trellis. It now has three very thick old woody vertical canes that are beyond bending to train across the trellis. It still has nice healthy growth and flowers but I want to train it so it doesn’t keep growing outwards. Not sure if I should take a punt and prune back the vertical canes hard and close to the ground and hope for some new vertical growth?

Cheers

  • Francesca asked 4 years ago
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Please advise the best time to prune roses

  • Lynette Pires asked 2 years ago
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Back in June I planted a rose garden consisting of 80 odd roses. Most of them are great. Except for about 3 of them which look sickly and leaves are droopy. I have been spraying and feeding and mulching. We do live in a high rainfall area so could they be affected by too much rain/poor drainage?

  • Palmers asked 8 years ago
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Hey so you guys stock hybrid tea rose by name of Catherine?

  • Kahlia Short asked 6 years ago
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I’v been trying to find a specific rose, namely, Papa Meilland to purchase. Could you tell me if this is still available.

  • Eric Gardiner asked 4 years ago
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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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Do you or can you obtain Mycorrhizal which is a fungi which will thrive in soil where roses used to be. To be put on roots of the new roses and put in hole with manure in hole.

  • Liz Carter asked 5 years ago
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