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Plant species: Rose Climbing

Rose Climbing

There are many climbing roses available, for the most part, they are deciduous and must have training and support to grow on, as they neither twine or cling. Support structures may include fences, walls, trellises or arbors. Although bloom times vary with species and variety, most bloom in summer. Climbing roses have large flowers that… Read more »

Rose Rosette Virus Identification and Control

  What is Rose Rosette Virus? One of our beloved landscape plants, the rose, has been increasingly affected by this virus, which is spread by tiny wind transferred mites.  Symptoms include thickened stem growth, excessive thorns, witches’ broom growth at end of stems, branch die-back, discolored and distorted leaves. The above image shows the excessive… Read more »