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Discussion id : 47-751
most recent 29 AUG 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 29 AUG 10 by Cecil
I have a 'Variegata Di Bologna' that is growing good this yeaar but has not bloom this year. Last year it have a lot of blooms all summer. We have had a lot of high heat and rain this summer could that be the problem?
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Discussion id : 10-642
most recent 11 DEC 05 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 8 DEC 05 by fiona dart
Hi, i have a david austin rose bush(claire rose) & it is very healthy but ive planted all my rose bushes at the same time & it doesn't have any buds, were all my other bushes have all had many beautiful roses. Why is this? Its my only david austin & maybe they take a while to bloom. Thanks for your time kind regards Fiona.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 11 DEC 05 by Wendy C.
David Austin roses vary in how quickly they bloom. It could be the bush is establishing roots, thus the lack of bloom.
If you're still not seeing any thing after the New Year try pruning to the five leaflet configuration. Sometimes that will stimulate bloom.

Good Luck
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Discussion id : 9-359
most recent 26 JUN 05 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 25 JUN 05 by Dave Duncan
I have two knock out roses I planted last year. They did fine, but this year they have not had any blooms. Any help
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 26 JUN 05 by The Old Rosarian
One of the reasons a rose doesn't bloom is because there was a cold snap in the spring when the buds were starting to form. This kills the flowers that would have bloomed in early summer. However if that is the reason, the rose bush will bloom normally around mid summer.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 26 JUN 05 by Dave Duncan
I have carpet roses tree roses climbling roses they all are blooming. We had a normal spring, I live in Kentucky.
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Discussion id : 8-676
most recent 23 MAY 05 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 22 MAY 05 by Anonymous-797
I received a Climbing Queen Elizabeth rose tree for Mothers Day (of this year)...we planted it....but the bottom of the leaves are turning brown. Can you help me out on what is the problem and what I should do?
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 23 MAY 05 by Lyn G
Generally, when the bottom of the leaves of a rose turn brown, it is a symptom of a spider mite infestation. If you want to double check, just put a clean white piece of paper under the leaves and tap them. When you look at the paper you can see tiny, itty-bitty, dots. Those are spider mites.

It's a good practice to wash the underside the the leaves of your roses with a water wand periodically to avoid spider mites.

Smiles,

Lyn
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