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Planting rose bushes...
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RE: Planting rose bushes...
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eclipsed  Wrote: (06-04-2018 07:10 PM)
ive read the best companion plant for roses is GARLIC.

the name of the companion planting book is ROSES LOVE GARLIC.
since i dont have any roses i have my garlics growing under the avocado and guava trees.
they are both a year old and they are doing well in pots with each other.

whenever i find a sprouted garlic in my kitchen i just go tuck them into one of the potted plants outside.ive had wonderful luck so far.they just want to grow!

my mother always planted garlic among her tomatoe plants and other veggie plants - she said garlic plants repels bugs
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06-04-2018 08:49 PM

 



Post: #32
RE: Planting rose bushes...
The best way is to learn "rose hustling".
You drive around the hood, find a rose, and take clippings and root them.
Ask permission, of course, if there is a land owner.
Around here, you will find many roses that were planted years ago and have escaped into the "wild".... along old fence rows or on the side of the road.
You can find some truly exceptional roses that are well suited for your area in this way,
Rooting is easy once you get the technique down... start with a garden "bell" or an old aquarium... unless you want to become professional a set up a misting system.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 08:37 PM)
silversides  Wrote: (06-04-2018 06:19 PM)
When Home Depot went bankrupt they still had everything in the fall...
At a huge discount...

Anyways the manager gave me a even larger discount because they were angry about losing their jobs...

home depot has not ever claimed bankruptcy

Ah yes it was Builders Square...
They look like Home Depot...
Builders Square was the first time we had easy building supplies around here...

We used to have to go to the hardware store and the lumber yards...

and it was expensive...

Can add Sears, Monkey Wards, and Goldblatts to the list...

Builders Square
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06-04-2018 09:23 PM

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Post: #35
RE: Planting rose bushes...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 08:48 PM)
eclipsed  Wrote: (06-04-2018 07:10 PM)
ive read the best companion plant for roses is GARLIC.

the name of the companion planting book is ROSES LOVE GARLIC.
since i dont have any roses i have my garlics growing under the avocado and guava trees.
they are both a year old and they are doing well in pots with each other.

whenever i find a sprouted garlic in my kitchen i just go tuck them into one of the potted plants outside.ive had wonderful luck so far.they just want to grow!

my mother always planted garlic among her tomatoe plants and other veggie plants - she said garlic plants repels bugs

yes it does
but lavender does the same and is the perfect companion for roses
also larkspur https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delphinium

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Post: #36
RE: Planting rose bushes...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 08:10 PM)
1) Don't buy roses from box stores

2) Don't buy roses in bodybags

3) Don't buy unnamed or unmarked roses or someplace where the tags can be switched

4) Do go to a local nursery, ask for OWN ROOT ROSES

5) Plant more tender in hardiness roses around the house, they'll benefit from the extra bit of heat

6) Try to plant roses 1 zone hardier than your area requires if you're a rose newbie

7) All roses don't need to be covered! Look up your rose, know what kind it is. The Canadian roses don't need to be covered but they don't have much fragrance either. They're hard to kill.

8) Hybrid teas generally need to be covered if it snows where you are but be careful not to rot them in spring.

9) Plant banana peels around the drip line of your roses. Give the roses coffee grounds which will attract earthworms. Sprinkle the coffee grounds around the garden and dig them in.

10) Consider grandifloras and hybrid teas as annuals, if they come back the next year it's a bonus. In the fall cut back the canes and mound up the dirt over the canes. Then cover with hay.

http://www.easyeleganceroses.com

That's a great brand of roses bred in Minnesota, they grow great, some have fragrance.

I've grown over 200 varieties of roses in a cold climate, taken the time to type out a thoughtful comment, and I am ignored.

Thanks.
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RE: Planting rose bushes...
I'm not so sure about garlic around roses. I've planted chives around a couple of my roses, and it seems to be killing the roses chemically, and since garlic and chives are both alliums ... but anyway.
Moss growing on a rose stem will kill it also.
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Yay Walmart has some under $4...

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06-04-2018 10:29 PM

 



Post: #39
RE: Planting rose bushes...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 10:12 PM)
I'm not so sure about garlic around roses. I've planted chives around a couple of my roses, and it seems to be killing the roses chemically, and since garlic and chives are both alliums ... but anyway.
Moss growing on a rose stem will kill it also.

It's not so much the moss doing the killing as that the presence of moss (should be) alerting you to the fact that it's too wet for roses. Wink
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06-04-2018 10:31 PM

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RE: Planting rose bushes...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 10:12 PM)
I'm not so sure about garlic around roses. I've planted chives around a couple of my roses, and it seems to be killing the roses chemically, and since garlic and chives are both alliums ... but anyway.
Moss growing on a rose stem will kill it also.

lavender works
kept my roses healthy

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Post: #41
RE: Planting rose bushes...
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 10:04 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-04-2018 08:10 PM)
1) Don't buy roses from box stores

2) Don't buy roses in bodybags

3) Don't buy unnamed or unmarked roses or someplace where the tags can be switched

4) Do go to a local nursery, ask for OWN ROOT ROSES

5) Plant more tender in hardiness roses around the house, they'll benefit from the extra bit of heat

6) Try to plant roses 1 zone hardier than your area requires if you're a rose newbie

7) All roses don't need to be covered! Look up your rose, know what kind it is. The Canadian roses don't need to be covered but they don't have much fragrance either. They're hard to kill.

8) Hybrid teas generally need to be covered if it snows where you are but be careful not to rot them in spring.

9) Plant banana peels around the drip line of your roses. Give the roses coffee grounds which will attract earthworms. Sprinkle the coffee grounds around the garden and dig them in.

10) Consider grandifloras and hybrid teas as annuals, if they come back the next year it's a bonus. In the fall cut back the canes and mound up the dirt over the canes. Then cover with hay.

http://www.easyeleganceroses.com

That's a great brand of roses bred in Minnesota, they grow great, some have fragrance.

I've grown over 200 varieties of roses in a cold climate, taken the time to type out a thoughtful comment, and I am ignored.

Thanks.

who says you're ignored?
i read your interesting post thouroughly and have nothing to add or criticise 1dunno1

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06-05-2018 06:50 AM

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Post: #42
RE: Planting rose bushes...
AGAIN this year, have gotten my roses from Home Depot. I don't know why I keep buying them there, they have cheap bedding plants and I just get everything there. Every year the roses have died from yellow spotted leaves. It started happening again, was about to take them back, but applied a good all around rose disease spray. They actually got worse, a whole bunch of leaves curled up and died, or dropped off. But just before I was about to return them the disease process stopped. They have bloomed really well now, lots of new shoots, and no sign of any disease.

So use a spray, it's worthwhile.

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RE: Planting rose bushes...
silversides  Wrote: (06-04-2018 05:57 PM)
A few of the rose bushes died...

Either last years flood or the harsh winter...

If anyone knows how to find the cheapest price let me know...

In a store might be best but online is good too...

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I am fixing a sump pump today...

You gotta respect the worms and wood bugs. The worms deal with your dead roots below, and the wood bugs deal with up above. Both produce shitnwhich your plants love. They do not like chemicals. They leave. Figure it out..f*#k!
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Jb  Wrote: (06-05-2018 07:14 AM)
You gotta respect the worms and wood bugs. The worms deal with your dead roots below, and the wood bugs deal with up above. Both produce shitnwhich your plants love. They do not like chemicals. They leave. Figure it out..f*#k!

It was a very cold winter...

Also a huge flood last year....

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Post: #45
RE: Planting rose bushes...
I bought 3 more from Walmart...

I dug the first hole...

Instead of one I put in 2 rose bushes and the loes plane...

I went back to loes and bought some broken bags...

Wrong color everything though....

I am trying to sneak the wrong color mulch under the good stuff...

I am going to buy at least another bag of the good stuff...

Redwood mulch...

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