Minature rose in a container problems?

paulsiu(5a)April 13, 2012

A friend gave me some miniature rose as a gift. Since it was given to me in the winter, I overwinter it in the container. Toward spring, it was looking not so good. I thought it was because it was root bounded.

I decided to planted in a much larger container outside. I pulled it out of the old pot and it was really root bounded. I cut the roots and potted them in some potting mix. I added some slow release fertilizer and planted them in a sunny spot outside.

I notice that the leave are starting to turn yellow. I am trying to figure out what's wrong. Too much water?


Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Ohiofem(6a Ohio)

The rose forum on GW is very active and they are friendly to newbies. I am growing roses in containers thanks to great advice I got there. I suggest you ask them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Visit the Rose Forum by clicking here

    Bookmark   April 15, 2012 at 5:56PM
Sign Up to comment
More Discussions
Help! My slash pine seedlings in containers are turning yellowish
I have several hundred slash pine seedlings I put in...
Florida Native
Coarse Perlite for 5:1:1
Hi all, first off is "coarse" the correct...
Meyer Exploding in 5-1-1
My meyer lemon in 5-1-1 is just going nuts right now....
Jay Part Shade (Zone 10B, S21, Los Angeles)
Potting into Air Pots, root length question
Hello all, My question is, air pots are supposed to...
stickstring (Northern California 8b)
Help! My kumqat is dying
Hello everyone, I am hoping to get some help related...
© 2015 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™