Questions tagged: Rose

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Lesley
Answer: Dear Lesley, Potted roses (unlike bare-rooted roses) can be planted in the garden throughout the year because they should already have a developed ...
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:02PM, 10 Feb 2010
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Dallas
Answer: Hi Dallas, sounds like the bush may have only been planted last winter?? This problem can sometimes occur in the first year when lots of good fert...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose
Answered: 10:40AM, 16 Mar 2010
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Ann
Answer: H Ann, hard to say without knowing if your Oklahoma is a climber or a bush type rose. If it isnt a climber I would reduce it by about 2/3 when prun...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose
Answered: 11:55AM, 19 Jul 2010
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Beth
Answer: Dear Beth, We would recommend a product called Rose Shield to control this beetle. As well as containing a synthetic pyrethroid which will control...
Category: Roses
Answered: 01:17PM, 31 Dec 2010
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Lorraine
Answer: Hi Lorraine, The best time to move the roses is during the dormant season ie July/ August. If you live in a area that regularly gets frost wait unt...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose
Answered: 01:48PM, 10 Jul 2012
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GEORGE
Answer: That depends on what type of rose you are planting. If you are planting a bare rooted rose (with no leaves and usually the roots are packed in a ty...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose, planting
Answered: 11:24AM, 24 Apr 2015
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marilyn
Answer: Under planted roses are an attractive addition to a garden. You can under plant your roses with gerberas as they both prefer a slightly acidic soil...
Category: Roses
Answered: 10:53AM, 05 May 2015
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Rodney
Answer: After you have pruned your roses back for the winter we suggest you spray the stem and the soil beneath the bush with Yates Lime Sulfur. This will ...
Category: Roses
Answered: 04:16PM, 11 May 2015
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Rod
Answer: Roses are best pruned in winter while they are dormant. You can start to prune about now (May) depending on where you are in the country. Straight ...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:54PM, 28 May 2015
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vikki
Answer: The first thing to you before you prune anything is to make sure your secateurs are clean and sharp. Start pruning by removing old unproductive can...
Category: Roses
Answered: 03:25PM, 18 Jun 2015
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Eitan
Answer: Hi Eitan I assume that the rose in question has received the same treatment as the others. I believe it will be a soil issue and possibly the roots...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose
Answered: 01:14PM, 25 Oct 2015
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Gerard
Answer: Hi Gerard, I think that you might want to work in some soils saturator and some garden compost to help bulk up the soil and allow it to retain the ...
Category: Diseases
Tags: Rose, soil
Answered: 07:07PM, 18 Nov 2015
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Jean
Answer: Hi Jean, Thank you for contacting us regarding lime sulphur and yes you can use it form other plants as well. You can read more information from th...
Category: Products
Answered: 09:10AM, 05 Jul 2016
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Swapan
Answer: Hi, Thank you for contacting Yates. Looks like you have scale there, which is very common in roses at this time of year. To control, spray your shr...
Answered: 02:07PM, 21 Aug 2016
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Cameron
Answer: Hi Cameron, Thank you for contacting Yates, you can still prune rose after flowering in Nov, this will help encouraging more lateral shoots and flo...
Category: Roses
Tags: prune, Rose
Answered: 04:17PM, 28 Nov 2016
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Fiona
Answer: Hi Fiona, Thank you for contacting Yates, the product Rose shield is registered for both black spot and two spotted mite on roses, so you don’...
Category: Pests
Tags: black spot, mite, Rose
Answered: 10:51AM, 06 Dec 2016
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Janet
Answer: Hi Janet, Thank you for contacting Yates, the pale leaves with green veins could indicate iron deficiency, the product you need to apply is Yates L...
Category: Roses
Answered: 09:26AM, 04 Jan 2017
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ian
Answer: Hi Ian, Thank you for contacting Yates. To minimise the infection of black spot on roses, I would suggest pruning and disposing of all the infested...
Category: Diseases
Tags: black spot, Rose
Answered: 10:58AM, 24 Jun 2017
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Rebecca
Answer: Hi Rebecca, Thank you for contacting Yates. Sounds like new growth of the rose which is very normal at this time of the year. If you are not sure, ...
Category: Roses
Tags: Red growth, Rose
Answered: 06:22PM, 15 Jan 2018
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Salam
Answer: Thank you for contacting Yates. It’s best to pick off the affected leaves and spray the whole bush with Yates Rose Shield Black Spot & In...
Category: Roses
Tags: Black spots, Rose
Answered: 08:31PM, 23 Oct 2018
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Theresa
Answer: Hi Theresa, Thank you for contacting Yates. Yes, you can prune the roses before transplanting. Make sure improving soil by digging in some Yates Dy...
Category: Roses
Answered: 10:50AM, 08 Nov 2018
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Isobel
Answer: Hi Isobel, Thank you for contacting Yates. It is easier to control water and sun when the rose is in a pot. Try to move the pot to an undercover ...
Category: Roses
Answered: 12:27PM, 09 Jan 2019
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Kym
Answer: Hi Kym, Thank you for contacting Yates. It could be hibiscus flower beetles inside the flower which may cause the damage to the flower buds. To con...
Category: Pests
Answered: 02:15PM, 23 Jan 2019
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Jessica
Answer: Hi Jessica, Thank you for contacting Yates. Roses are drought tolerant plants, however, it thrives if there are reliable watering through the hot s...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose, waterwise
Answered: 10:32AM, 25 Jan 2019
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Merrilyn
Answer: Hi Merrilyn, Thank you for contacting Yates. The culprit is likely possums. They love new growth of Roses and feast on the juicy leaves and tender ...
Category: Roses
Tags: Rose, possum
Answered: 11:57AM, 25 Jan 2019
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Lyn
Answer: Hi Lyn, Thank you for contacting Yates. The picture is not large enough to be zoomed in so we are unable to confirm the diseases. However, from you...
Category: Roses
Answered: 02:54PM, 08 Feb 2019
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ann
Answer: Hi Ann, The only rose that I could find that has “rosie” in the name is an orange floribunda rose called ‘Rosie the RiveterTM”. Just remember to pr...
Category: Roses
Answered: 01:27PM, 14 Feb 2019
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, Thank you for contacting Yates. Try feed your rose every 6-8 weeks with Yates Thrive Natural Roses & Flowers Pelletised Plant Food. I...
Category: Fertilising
Tags: Rose, fertiliser
Answered: 04:43PM, 18 Mar 2019
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Jan
Answer: Hi Jan, Thank you for contacting Yates. Rose responds well to pruning, even heavy prune in autumn so it won’t kill the plant. It is important...
Category: Roses
Tags: Black spots, Rose
Answered: 03:47PM, 28 Mar 2019
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Basil
Answer: Hi Basil, Thank you for contacting Yates. The picture indicates chewing marks on the top leaves, it can be controlled by Rose Shield. It is an all-...
Category: Diseases
Answered: 09:40AM, 16 May 2019