Photo 3 ---Finnally no more thrips finnally no more unopened roses- yeppy
This post was edited by campv on Mon, May 6, 13 at 20:00
Very pretty! Those blooms are something else!
Aren't roses great...
Beautiful. I have that rose, too, and love it. However, when I read your title, I thought your neighbor had moved!
TF-well that would be just as great as getting rid of the thrips.
Question---do they make a pesticide for a 5'9 old, bald, nosey, whiner?
This post was edited by campv on Tue, May 7, 13 at 13:27
Wish I did have a PEST-icide that worked for horrible 'neighbors'.
Beautiful. Well done! :)
Very, VERY pretty! Thanks for sharing them with us, they're great! What did you do to get rid of the thrips, by the way?
Thanks for sharing these, happy gardening!
Grant I have had some really bad expences with thrips specially on my light colored roses, this one in particular.
This year at the start of the season I started using Bayer advanced 2 in 1 w/systemic granuals. I know from the past that systemic works on thrips but it is pretty nasty stuff and you have to time it just right w/spraying. I still have a few here and there but as you can see the roses opened up and are just real nice. Plus this stuff has fert in it too. I also started using it on my privets, thrips like them as well. FYI cant use this stuff on anything you eat. That includes fruit trees.