Rose proliferation occurs when new buds begin to form from the center of rose blooms. It’s a mutation, but not a disease that will kill the shrub. It happens most often with old or antique roses, but all roses are susceptible.
Just a quick view of the rose ‘Intrigue’ now blooming on my tree rose. This is the same tree rose I described in the Roses for Containers and Trellis blog early this spring. Pretty color blooms that stand out nicely against our white and cream-yellow house. Such beautiful depth of color in [...]
Here is a picture of my Double Knock Out Rose that provides me with plenty of blooms for cutting. I love how freely it is flowering – even with the late cold spell we had recently it is still blooming away! I planted three along the chain link fence between our yard and the [...]