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What going on w/ 3 yr. old new dawn rose???

Posted by onlygirl Mid Ten (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 31, 14 at 22:57

I have had this rose 3 years; it blooms over and over. I feed it, give it organic,( egg shells, potato water, has lots of earth worms, was started in mushroom soil). It gets Epsom salts every now and then, and have given it Bayer rose feed and protector for years.

I thought there would be shock from removing the fence it had outgrew and I replaced it with a arbor. But not like this. It looks like rust or black spot? I'm new to this forum and it is my first rose. I treat her with black spot care and I think it is worse. Leaves are falling off. No blooms or regrowth.

I am a nervous mommy. Please someone tell if this is something normal! Can I help her ? I am very careful with watering could she need more or less.

Please help fast!!!


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RE: What going on w/ 3 yr. old new dawn rose???

Need pictures please. Overall and close-up.


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I'm trying to figure out how to load multiple images


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Leaves... Sometimes I see a tiny dot on the back, it falls off.


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Lower area


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On arbor side


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Outer side


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Inside arbor


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Base of rose


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Arbor corner


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Damage. Dead or dying parts. I have been cutting away dying pieces hoping to not infect the rest of the plant. I am not sure if the green leaves are new anymore. I am beginning to feel hopeless .


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RE: What going on w/ 3 yr. old new dawn rose???

For one thing, it's short of water.
Or put differently, low-functioning roots.


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