How to Dead Head a Rose Bush?

Answer Dead heading a rose bush is the process of removing the dead flowers in order to get the rose bush to produce more blooms. If you remove the bloom from the rose bush before it is able to form fruit... Read More »

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How do I tell a rose bush is dead?

Inspect the rose bush overall, looking for brown areas or branches that have no growth or green leaves. If the entire bush is brown, beige or blackened and branches break off easily, it is likely d... Read More »

How do I tell if a rose bush is dead?

Black or Brown Stem and CanePull the bark from the stem and cane of your rose bush. If it the part underneath the bark appears to be black or brown, your rose bush is probably dead. If it appears t... Read More »

How to Grow a Rose Bush from Rose Bush Cuttings?

A walk along rows and rows of beautiful and varied rose bushes at your local nursery is a feast for the eyes and balm for the soul... until you muster the nerve to look at price tags. Ye Gads! Visi... 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 »