Rose Gardening Manual

Rose Gardening Manual

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Rose Gardening

“What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet”.

As summer quickly approaches, many homeowners are considering revamping their landscaping. Some updating projects include new outdoor lighting, new furniture, and even a new water feature. One new project that many gardeners find intimidating is the creation of a rose garden.

IN THIS APP YOU WILL GET INFORMATION ON ROSE GARDENING

** Secrets Of Growing Gorgeous Healthy Roses!

** Planning and Designing your Rose Garden

**Design influences

It is certainly a good idea to visit rose gardens in your area see: Famous rose gardens to get some inspiration and general idea of the various ways roses can be presented and combined to form a harmonious entity.

**Keeping the planting simple

Keep your choice focused to prevent a mixed planting from becoming too complex. Special care should be taken when grouping different varieties or species of roses together. This applies to foliage as well as color and shape of the flowers.

** How design rose garden?

** How to Deal with Rose Diseases

• Black Spots on Leaves
This disease is usually called black spot. Black spots come along as circular with fringed edges on leaves. They make the leaves to yellow. Take away the infected leafage and collect any fallen leaves close to the rose. Artificial sprays can be applied to prevent or treat this sort of rose disease.

• Stunted or malformed young canes
Called powdery mildew, this is a fungus disease that covers leaves, stems and buds with wind spread white powder. It causes the leaves curl and become purple. Spray with Funginex or Benomyl to treat this fungal disease.

• Blistered underside of leaves
Called rust, this disease is characterized by orange-red blisters that become black in fall. It can come through the winter and will then attack fresh sprouts in the spring. Collect and throw away leaves that are contaminated in autumn. A Benomyl or Funginex spray every 7-10 days may help.

• Malformed or stunted leaves and flowers
This is made by spider mites. They are tiny yellow, red or green spiders found on the underside of leaves where they absorb juices. The application of Orthene or Isotox can help in addressing this plague.

**How to grow Rose Gardening?

** Hybrid Tea Rose
This type of rose bush produces vase shaped blooms that are fragrant. If this rose bush is deadheaded, it will bloom repeatedly.

**Grandiflora Rose

This type of rose bush produces the largest blooms of all the roses. The blooms appear in clusters. It is also the largest of the rose bushes and needs a lot of room to grow. It is not cold hardy in areas beyond USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 5 without mulching the canes.

**Floribanda Rose
This rose bush is one that can be found blooming the whole growing season in many landscapes. It is a low growing variety that is bushy in shape. It is easy to grow and is extremely hardy in cold areas. The blooms of this plant are comparable to the hybrid tea, but they are smaller in size. The floribanda rose is susceptible to blackspot.

**Polyantha Rose

This rose is very similar to a floribunda in that it produces non-fragrant blooms all growing season. This rose grows into a low shrub-like shape that has very attractive foliage. This rose is very suitable for containers and is disease resistant.

**Shrub Rose

This type of rose is very good to incorporate into a landscape plan. It is cold hardy, disease resistant, and a good ground cover. The flowers of this rose variety do not produce a fragrance and are not good as cut flowers.

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