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Anyone have rose problems

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Re: Anyone have rose problems

Post by Guest on 9th April 2012, 10:54

Nept if you go digging around the bases of the rose to much, you may find rootstock erupting out of the soil as the roots are severed. I do what Dave does, much heavily, and let the worms do all the heavy work, nature can do marvels sometimes.

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Re: Anyone have rose problems

Post by OzRose on 9th April 2012, 11:36

Fortuniana doesn't tend to grow from root cuttings the same as the good Doctor does , though.
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