Questions about: Roses

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Sue
Answer: Hi Sue, I’m not familiar with a black rose. I would imagine that the seeds are minute. Can you provide a little more detail please? Regards Ben
Category: Roses
Tags: roses
Answered: 03:00PM, 04 Sep 2015
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Philip
Answer: The best product to clean up overwintering scale and mite insects and various diseases on roses is Lime sulphur. This product should be applied im...
Answered: 04:25PM, 29 Jul 2015
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Donna
Answer: If the NZ Xmas bushes were unaffected by disease, then you can plant your roses in the same hole, into fresh soil.
Answered: 03:45PM, 27 Jul 2015
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Cecilia
Answer: There must be anti-transpirants (carbon polymer compound sprays)available in the US that you can spray onto the foliage to protect it from sunburn ...
Answered: 03:57PM, 27 Jul 2015
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Jerry
Answer: The label is correct – an oil spray should not be used for 1 month after a lime sulphur application.
Answered: 03:02PM, 15 Jul 2015
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Jill
Answer: Our condolences – I’m sure you are heartbroken! Perhaps if you trim the roots of the roses so that they are not so ragged and soak them...
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:49PM, 13 Jul 2015
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vikki
Answer: The first thing to you before you prune anything is to make sure your secateurs are clean and sharp. Start pruning by removing old unproductive can...
Category: Roses
Answered: 03:25PM, 18 Jun 2015
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lorraine
Answer: Hi Lorraine, Because you are in a cool area with the liklihood of a frost occurring, it would be best to wait until late July/early August before p...
Answered: 12:24PM, 01 Jun 2015
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grace
Answer: Hi Grace, The best time to prune roses is in July when the plant is dormant and no longer putting on new growth. I have attached a link from our w...
Answered: 12:33PM, 26 May 2015
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Rodney
Answer: After you have pruned your roses back for the winter we suggest you spray the stem and the soil beneath the bush with Yates Lime Sulfur. This will ...
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:16PM, 11 May 2015