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newly planted bareroot rose garden.

Posted by daisystink southern ca (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 8, 07 at 11:22


I am a first timer when it comes to roses and have recently planted a memorial rose garden using a selection of 9 bareroot roses from Jackson & Perkins. I planted according to specific instructions (amended soil and what not) but they are slow growing and 2 to 3 canes of every rose have turned black and then woody with no leaf growth at all. The green canes seem to be doing better. I spent a considerable amount on this memorial garden and need some help to find out what the problem is. Any ideas?

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RE: newly planted bareroot rose garden.

Daisy, you may want to re-post this question over on the regular Rose Forum which is devoted to questions about roses. You inadvertantly posted on the "off-topic conversations"--which is a chat forum about non-rose topics usually.

Just click on the link below. It will take you to the Rose Forum and help with your problem.

Good luck,

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