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Looking forward to the rest of your articles... I have always loved roses, and have started growing them the past couple of years. However, I know there's tons more I could learn to really make them shine in my garden. Thanks.
Just enjoyed reading how smart you are with your roses.
They where just fabulous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was wondering if I may ask a question, I have two Roses growing in the morning sun, they produce a beautiful smelling pink rose.
But when they first started to shoot again I hit them with "Pyrethrum" insect spray. Those leaves look wonderful and happy but the leaves comming on now look like they have rust or something eating them. Should I hit them again with the incest spray. How oftern do you spray yours?
Thanks from Debi - Downunder - AUSTRALIA
P.S. In your experience would it be possible for me to move there roses or will it hurt them? Our weather here is hot and overcast today.
ANY info I would appreciate as they are so beautiful and smell devine.