You might feel your rose gardening ventures are thwarted at every step – what with the hard winters wreaking havoc on the tender roses. Then the strong summer heat with the blistering sun and monsoon rains lashing down on them, you might wonder why you bother at all. Well, there is more bad news.
Rose Gardening Fungus – This white, powdery mildew is deposited on the top and bottom of leaves and stems. It corrodes the growth of the plant and ultimately kills the flowers and stems.
Rose Garden Rust – This is an orange powder which appears on the underside of leaves and has the same detrimental effects as rose gardening fungus.
Rose Garden Black Spots – As the name suggests, these appear as tiny black spots on the leaves and the stems of your rose plants. If you ignore these, they just might destroy your rose garden in no time at all.
Rose Mosaic Disease – This appears like an intricate yellow-green mosaic pattern and is amongst the most deadly rose viruses that can affect your plants. Apparently, there is no viable treatment for this disease.
If you are aware of these pitfalls then you are also armed with valuable knowledge. There are several solutions and remedies for such rose gardening problems.
The first step is to know the problems. If you are aware of the possible issues then you can also take preventive steps to solve the problems. So take heart, read more articles like this one, and your rose garden will never face any pitfalls.