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Problem with rose

    Date Posted: Mon, Jun 17 - 1:10 am


  • Any suggestions other than takeout. I’ve tried need oil
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  • The picture you sent looks like a variety of wild rose. Many are starting to move away from planting roses as they are very needy and nearly as toxic as lawns to grow successfully. Based on the little bit of information that we have, we would recommend pulling the plant and replacing it with something else. Our recommendation is clematis virginiana if you are looking for a vining plant that is native. If you are hoping to find a way to keep the rose, this article has great information about different problems with roses and how to address them: Best of luck to you!