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 Black Rot on Roses?

Answer Black rot on roses, also known as rose blackspot or Diplocarpon rosae, occurs commonly on roses. A serious fungal disease, black rot causes a general weakening of the plant resulting in fewer flowe... Read More »
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Are there black roses?

A couple of 'black' (not truly black, usually a very dark red or maroon) are 'Black Baccara' (the blackest that I am aware of) from Star Roeses and Black Magic from Jackson and Perkins.
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What do black roses stand for?

There are actually no true black-colored roses. Those referred to as black roses are actually a very deep red. The black rose stands for death. When sent, they could imply the death of a relationsh... Read More »
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Meanings of Black Roses?

There actually is no such thing in nature as a black rose. If you see a black rose, it's likely a dyed white or red rose. That said, the black rose conjures varied images in the minds of people wor... Read More »
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How to Grow Black Roses?

Has the Gothic gardener in you always longed for a deep, dark rose, but been disappointed to find that there are simply no black roses? Well, your longing is over. This article will teach you how a... Read More »
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