Crinkly leaves on a mini rose
Hi, mini rose fans, from NYC. Having just bought a co-op garden apartment where you are allowed to plant a garden in front, I am overcome with joy. I planted a beautiful if small garden of geraniums, dianthus, perennial salvia, New Guinea impatiens, mini-snaps, and portulaca. Then I bought a kit of plastic stone-replica fencing and built a 20 x 25" raised bed with it, filling it with topsoil and compost. This became the home of 2 Parade roses and 1 Kordana rose, some yellow French marigolds, and some portulaca. I don't know the varieties of rose, as they lacked name tags, but one Parade rose is a beautiful lemon-peel yellow and one is a gorgeous pink, with the buds showing a tinge of coral. The Kordana micro is a deep cherry-red.
The roses are growing like crazy, and all are flowering. However, the yellow rose's newer leaves are slightly crinkly and frosty-looking. The very newest leaves look fine. The other 2 roses are fine as well.
Any idea of what's going on with my yellow mini, and what I should do about it? I LOVE those little guys!