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Discussion id : 19-539
most recent 15 JUN 07 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 14 JUN 07 by rahehn
Can roses grow in sand.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 15 JUN 07 by Jody
Hi I have seen photos of Rosa Rugosa growing in sand on beaches in WA State and on the Japanese coast. Jody
Discussion id : 2-427
most recent 27 JUN 03 SHOW ALL
Initial post 17 JUN 03 by Carroll Jenkins
I want to plant some roses i just recieved. Do i need an acid or basic soil?
Reply #1 of 2 posted 19 JUN 03 by Anonymous-797
Roses generally prefer a mildly acid soil.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 27 JUN 03 by Unregistered Guest
Roses like a good garden loom.
Discussion id : 1-797
most recent 18 MAY 03 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 17 MAY 03 by Marco
Why is my rose bush producing significantly smaller flowers than it used to?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 18 MAY 03 by The Old Rosarian
If the flowers are the same colour as last year it may be that because roses are greedy feeders and like a lot of fertilzer, good soil and water, if they don't get it the flowers suffer from the lack of vigour in the bush. Also if the roots have been damaged, such as sitting in water too long or not enough water, disease or insects, then that too will make the flowers smaller. If the flowers are not same colour, such as a semi double red, then the understock may have taken over because the top died.
Discussion id : 330
most recent 24 MAY 03 SHOW ALL
Initial post 18 MAR 03 by Anonymous-797
I have a rose that I planted about 3 years ago, and it has never have a bud on it, it looks like a very healthy, hardy rose. I live in NC, and we have a lot of red clay out here. Is there something I can buy to put in the soil?
Reply #1 of 1 posted 24 MAY 03 by Anonymous-1399
Have you checked the phosphate level of your soil? Sometimes a handful of triple phosphate worked into the soil around the dripline of the plant is all that is needed to make recalcitrant (but otherwise healthy) roses bloom.
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