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  2. wiseowl
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    Members Roses 2019

    Good afternoon
    Good afternoon
    Good afternoon
    Good afternoon
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  3. wiseowl
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    Rose ID Thread

    We have so many requests for Roses ID that I thought it would be a good idea to keep this Thread only for ID's,Rose ID is not an always easy as the colours from members cameras are not always true...
    We have so many requests for Roses ID that I thought it would be a good idea to keep this Thread only for ID's,Rose ID is not an always easy as the colours from members cameras are not always true to life and indeed Roses colours change with age from bud to bloom,but we will always answer a...
    We have so many requests for Roses ID that I thought it would be a good idea to keep this Thread only for ID's,Rose ID is not an always easy as the colours from members cameras are not always true to life and indeed Roses colours change with age...
    We have so many requests for Roses ID that I thought it would be a good idea to keep this Thread only for ID's,Rose ID is not an always easy as the colours from members cameras are not always true...
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  4. wiseowl
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    ROSE PROBLEMS/BLACK SPOT/ Etc

    GROWTHS ON ROSESThe roses otherwise appear to be healthy. ... A: The fuzzy growths known as moss galls are caused by a tiny wasp that lays her eggs in the stems of rose bushes in spring. When...
    GROWTHS ON ROSESThe roses otherwise appear to be healthy. ... A: The fuzzy growths known as moss galls are caused by a tiny wasp that lays her eggs in the stems of rose bushes in spring. When the larvae hatch and begin feeding, a chemical reaction causes the mossy looking galls to form.
    GROWTHS ON ROSESThe roses otherwise appear to be healthy. ... A: The fuzzy growths known as moss galls are caused by a tiny wasp that lays her eggs in the stems of rose bushes in spring. When the larvae hatch and begin feeding, a chemical...
    GROWTHS ON ROSESThe roses otherwise appear to be healthy. ... A: The fuzzy growths known as moss galls are caused by a tiny wasp that lays her eggs in the stems of rose bushes in spring. When...
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  5. wiseowl
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    The Seven Groups Of Roses

    Climbers and Rambler Roses A group of Roses which with support can be made to climb.Ramblers which have long pliable stems/canes with trusses of small flowers and only flower once. Climbers with...
    Climbers and Rambler Roses A group of Roses which with support can be made to climb.Ramblers which have long pliable stems/canes with trusses of small flowers and only flower once. Climbers with stiff canes and are repeat flowering with large flowers.Climber A good example of thisThe...
    Climbers and Rambler Roses A group of Roses which with support can be made to climb.Ramblers which have long pliable stems/canes with trusses of small flowers and only flower once. Climbers with stiff canes and are repeat flowering with large...
    Climbers and Rambler Roses A group of Roses which with support can be made to climb.Ramblers which have long pliable stems/canes with trusses of small flowers and only flower once. Climbers with...
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  6. wiseowl
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    Pot Sizes

    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
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  8. tim091

    Roses fall over at slightest rain

    No worries my friend you are most welcome
    No worries my friend you are most welcome
    No worries my friend you are most welcome
    No worries my friend you are most welcome
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  9. mazambo

    I've just found a rose

    Thanks @Redwing I think that's what I'll do.
    Thanks @Redwing I think that's what I'll do.
    Thanks @Redwing I think that's what I'll do.
    Thanks @Redwing I think that's what I'll do.
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  10. AliceJ2019

    Transplant shock or has my rose been poisoned?

    @AliceJ2019 if you scrape a small part of the cane off with your finger nail,to see if its green underneath or brown,but I would still remove all the leaves and give it a chance my friendI'm the...
    @AliceJ2019 if you scrape a small part of the cane off with your finger nail,to see if its green underneath or brown,but I would still remove all the leaves and give it a chance my friendI'm the eternal optimist;)
    @AliceJ2019 if you scrape a small part of the cane off with your finger nail,to see if its green underneath or brown,but I would still remove all the leaves and give it a chance my friendI'm the eternal optimist;)
    @AliceJ2019 if you scrape a small part of the cane off with your finger nail,to see if its green underneath or brown,but I would still remove all the leaves and give it a chance my friendI'm the...
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  11. MarionGarden

    Green caterpillar on rose leaf

    Good morning @Mike Allen no offence has been taken we must agree to disagree ;)This is only how Woo does and his deadheading and the reason is that the appearance of a Rose bush with many dead and...
    Good morning @Mike Allen no offence has been taken we must agree to disagree ;)This is only how Woo does and his deadheading and the reason is that the appearance of a Rose bush with many dead and shriveled blooms left on it wouldn't look very nice and if wet dead they could spread disease...
    Good morning @Mike Allen no offence has been taken we must agree to disagree ;)This is only how Woo does and his deadheading and the reason is that the appearance of a Rose bush with many dead and shriveled blooms left on it wouldn't look very...
    Good morning @Mike Allen no offence has been taken we must agree to disagree ;)This is only how Woo does and his deadheading and the reason is that the appearance of a Rose bush with many dead and...
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  12. mazambo

    Neighbours roses

    My neighbour was back from her hols yesterday bearing gifts, probably mention the pots over the weekend, probably put the biscuits up for my wife's birthday in November :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    My neighbour was back from her hols yesterday bearing gifts, probably mention the pots over the weekend, probably put the biscuits up for my wife's birthday in November :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    My neighbour was back from her hols yesterday bearing gifts, probably mention the pots over the weekend, probably put the biscuits up for my wife's birthday in November :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
    My neighbour was back from her hols yesterday bearing gifts, probably mention the pots over the weekend, probably put the biscuits up for my wife's birthday in November :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
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  13. Jack Sparrow

    Rose in pot

    I use these 'Stewart 66l' ones and they are £20 a piece from Dobbies :sad:I just purchased 4 :spinning:
    I use these 'Stewart 66l' ones and they are £20 a piece from Dobbies :sad:I just purchased 4 :spinning:
    I use these 'Stewart 66l' ones and they are £20 a piece from Dobbies :sad:I just purchased 4 :spinning:
    I use these 'Stewart 66l' ones and they are £20 a piece from Dobbies :sad:I just purchased 4 :spinning:
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  14. Imran Surti

    Specks on my roses!

    Good morning @Imran Surti just to confirm I have heard from Geoff Hodge this morningHi Woo thanks for getting in touch. It looks like botrytis I hope this helps.Best wishes & good...
    Good morning @Imran Surti just to confirm I have heard from Geoff Hodge this morningHi Woo thanks for getting in touch. It looks like botrytis I hope this helps.Best wishes & good gardening.Geoff Hodge MCIHort Garden writer, broadcaster & horticultural consultant
    Good morning @Imran Surti just to confirm I have heard from Geoff Hodge this morningHi Woo thanks for getting in touch. It looks like botrytis I hope this helps.Best wishes & good gardening.Geoff Hodge MCIHort Garden writer, broadcaster &...
    Good morning @Imran Surti just to confirm I have heard from Geoff Hodge this morningHi Woo thanks for getting in touch. It looks like botrytis I hope this helps.Best wishes & good...
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  15. Jack Sparrow

    Kordana

    We shall look forward to seeing them then @Jack Sparrow :SUNsmile:
    We shall look forward to seeing them then @Jack Sparrow :SUNsmile:
    We shall look forward to seeing them then @Jack Sparrow :SUNsmile:
    We shall look forward to seeing them then @Jack Sparrow :SUNsmile:
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  16. Matthew Holmes

    Are my rose bushes dead?

    I thought that they were but just checking. They should have been staked when planted.
    I thought that they were but just checking. They should have been staked when planted.
    I thought that they were but just checking. They should have been staked when planted.
    I thought that they were but just checking. They should have been staked when planted.
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  17. lolimac
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    Rose replant disease...

    Often a puzzler for gardeners. Rose replant disease, yet this disease/problem also affects other trees, shrubs and plants. The actual cause is not known, and as far as I know, soil sample...
    Often a puzzler for gardeners. Rose replant disease, yet this disease/problem also affects other trees, shrubs and plants. The actual cause is not known, and as far as I know, soil sample testing etc doesn't identify the existence of it. Mention has been made in relation to roses, that are...
    Often a puzzler for gardeners. Rose replant disease, yet this disease/problem also affects other trees, shrubs and plants. The actual cause is not known, and as far as I know, soil sample testing etc doesn't identify the existence of...
    Often a puzzler for gardeners. Rose replant disease, yet this disease/problem also affects other trees, shrubs and plants. The actual cause is not known, and as far as I know, soil sample...
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  18. Greg C

    My rose seems to be dying

    You’re welcome. I don’t know if @wiseowl can add anything?
    You’re welcome. I don’t know if @wiseowl can add anything?
    You’re welcome. I don’t know if @wiseowl can add anything?
    You’re welcome. I don’t know if @wiseowl can add anything?
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  19. lowrider69

    Roses Black Spot & Greenfly Advice

    always a learning curve I guess lol ok will do what I can and hope for the best :)
    always a learning curve I guess lol ok will do what I can and hope for the best :)
    always a learning curve I guess lol ok will do what I can and hope for the best :)
    always a learning curve I guess lol ok will do what I can and hope for the best :)
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  20. Jenny namaste
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    ONLY A ROSE 2019

    This climber is always stunning in May
    This climber is always stunning in May
    This climber is always stunning in May
    This climber is always stunning in May
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  21. tangham

    Rose Dieback.

    Good morning @Mike Allen no forgiveness necessary my friend,but that was one off trial;) when I give advice and that's all it is,I have to do it the correct way,but I am a great believer in "Rules...
    Good morning @Mike Allen no forgiveness necessary my friend,but that was one off trial;) when I give advice and that's all it is,I have to do it the correct way,but I am a great believer in "Rules are meant to guide you not bind you";) enjoy your day
    Good morning @Mike Allen no forgiveness necessary my friend,but that was one off trial;) when I give advice and that's all it is,I have to do it the correct way,but I am a great believer in "Rules are meant to guide you not bind you";) enjoy your day
    Good morning @Mike Allen no forgiveness necessary my friend,but that was one off trial;) when I give advice and that's all it is,I have to do it the correct way,but I am a great believer in "Rules...
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  22. Mike Allen

    Attempting to compile a databse.

    Think I've cracked it ...Image above hot linked to this urlhttps://www.countrygardenroses.co.uk/wms/modules/shop/image.php?p=676&i=1Original...
    Think I've cracked it ...Image above hot linked to this urlhttps://www.countrygardenroses.co.uk/wms/modules/shop/image.php?p=676&i=1Original urlhttps://www.countrygardenroses.co.uk/wms/modules/shop/image.php?p=676&i=1&w=70&h=70&crop=1It's the url for the 'small image' beneath the...
    Think I've cracked it ...Image above hot linked to this urlhttps://www.countrygardenroses.co.uk/wms/modules/shop/image.php?p=676&i=1Original...
    Think I've cracked it ...Image above hot linked to this urlhttps://www.countrygardenroses.co.uk/wms/modules/shop/image.php?p=676&i=1Original...
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  23. Mike Allen

    Searching for Rosa Valerie

    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
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  24. Mike Allen

    The RNRS.

    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good...
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good condition so it's easier for people to use plants that need very little looking after.
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good condition so it's easier for people to use plants that...
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good...
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  25. MAJ

    Pruning dog roses/ramblers

    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
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  26. Wobblycogs
    Friendly x 4

    Just got back after illness.

    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
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  27. SteveR

    Burying Roses

    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the roots break there will be enough for the rose/s to recover. It's a little late to move them now and...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the roots break there will be enough for the rose/s to...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the...
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