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Rose Rossette Disease

Post by Nautaciousnat on 20th December 2017, 18:29

I suspect some of my roses has this disease. Has anybody else experienced this?

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Re: Rose Rossette Disease

Post by neptune on 20th December 2017, 18:50

Do you have photos of this, please.....
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Re: Rose Rossette Disease

Post by Nautaciousnat on 20th December 2017, 19:30

I'll be able to take some tomorrow. I can describe it. My climber has two branches that has grown from the ground. They both have burgundy leaves that curl and have sprouted at the top. The stem has red spikes and one has extra spikes all over. The spikes are soft and plieable at the top. My other rose bush has another stem that has grown from the ground. It too has burgundy leaves but this stem way thicker than the other stems and extra red spikes close to the base. Thankyou so much for your response, I'm so worried. I'll definitely take some photos tomorrow morning for you

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