Does a rose bush have compound or simple leaves?

Answer Rose bushes have compound leaves. They can also, apparently, have the occassional pinnate leaf. See Sources and Related links, below.

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Does the Eastern purple coneflower have compound or simple leaves?

The Eastern purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) has simple leaves. A simple leaf has one single, undivided blade. A compound leaf is one in which several leaflets branch off from a center leaf s... Read More »

I have black spots on all the leaves on my rose bush - should I cut the rose down or how do I get rid of them?

Blackspot is a fungus that causes black spots about 1/16 to 1/2 inches indiameter to form on the leaves and sometimes stems. The infected leaveslater turn yellow around the spots and eventually fal... Read More »

Yellow Leaves on a Knockout Rose Bush?

The Knock Out rose grows as a shrub that reaches four feet tall and three feet wide. The cultivar gets its name from the showy blooms that cover the shrub through the growing season. The Knock Out ... Read More »

Do cutter bees eat rose bush leaves?

yes, but the damage they do to the leaves is miner and the good they do by pollinating your garden is imense