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The Best Homemade Spray for Black Spots on Roses | eHow

Black spot, or diplocarpon rosae, is one of the most dreaded diseases of roses. Black spots form on leaves and stems causing them to yellow and drop. A serious infection can.

Most people who grow roses, at one time or another will face the dreaded "black spot." The first steps to reduce the possibility of your roses having black spot is cultural. The 6 areas culturally are: growing conditions, air flow, proper watering, plant resistant cultivars, sanitation... #garden

Black Spot On Roses: What To Do And How to Prevent It

Black spot on roses is caused by the fungal disease Diplocarpon rosae, especially when weather is hot, humid and nights are damp and cool.

10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden Kill Ants  Ants can be an enormous hassle for any gardener. Get the anthill damp and then pour baking soda on it. Half an hour later, add some vinegar to the anthill and the ants will ingest the mixture and die, making your garden ant-free!

10 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden

Ants can be an enormous hassle for any gardener. Get the anthill damp and then pour baking soda on it. Half an hour later, add some vinegar to the anthill and the ants will ingest the mixture and die,

DIY Anti-Fungal Spray for Black Spot on Roses

Black Spots on Roses? Combine a teaspoon of dish soap with a teaspoon of vegetable oil in your spray bottle, and fill completely with water.Lightly shake, and then liberally spray this anti-fungal spray all over your roses, leaves, blooms and all.

You can't just dig up and replant a rose without taking steps to ensure its survival. A step-by-step tutorial with tons of pictures. I'm moving a bunch of roses this spring. I love this blog.

You can't just dig up and replant a rose without taking steps to ensure its survival. A step-by-step tutorial, with tons of pictures, on how to move rose plants.

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One pinner said, "The best thing I ever did, garden wise, was to plant three butterfly bushes. I have never seen so many butterflies in one place in all my life. They make my cereal in the morning so much more enjoyable." How pretty 🌸

How to Change Hydrangea Color from Southern Living

How To Change Hydrangea Color

Essential Southern Plant: Hydrangea - Hydrangeas showcase beautiful blue, pink, or white flowers in the summer.

Milk and water to control black spot on roses

According to author and horticultural professor Jeff Gillman, who has conducted extensive research on blackspot remedies, a spray composed of one part milk and two parts water is the best answer to the disease. He says this simple solution, if applied.

See "spot" run! Healthy roses begin with simple, basic gardening practices. This landscaping rose, previously infected with black spot, is a great example of that.

Black Spot on Roses – Prevention & Treatment

See "spot" run! Healthy roses begin with simple, basic gardening practices. This landscaping rose, previously infected with black spot, is a great example of that.

Here are a few of the many easy-care shrub and groundcover roses that thrive in containers. Shown: 'Lady of Shalott' has peach-orange blooms with a warm tea-rose fragrance; David Austin Roses.

Guilt-Free Container Roses

Disease-resistant varieties let you grow glorious roses in pots—without the chemicals

Growing roses from cuttings is an inexpensive and easy way to grow a new rose. It is also the best way to replicate a favorite or antique rose, as the new rose will be identical...

How to Begin Growing Roses From Cuttings

Growing roses from cuttings is an inexpensive and easy way to grow a new rose. It is also the best way to replicate a favorite or antique rose, as the new rose will be identical. - My Secret Garden

Types of Roses A-Z | Hedgerow Rose

Hedgerow Roses article "Types of Roses". Very thorough breakdown of the many rose types, with examples.

'Aloha' - Perfect for a smaller garden. A short climber that reaches only eight feet high, this apple-scented rose works best on small structures. But big, four-inch-wide blossoms make up for its diminutive stature.     Zones 5-9

The Best Climbing Roses

Best Climbing Roses: 'Aloha' A short climber that reaches only eight feet high, this apple-scented rose works best on small structures. But big, four-inch-wide blossoms make up for its diminutive stature.

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