Rose rosette disease threatens all rose plants. What to look for. Photos Leslie Halleck

In The Garden: More on Rose Rosette Disease

Protect your roses.

Be sure to check out this month’s print issue of D Home for my article on rose rosette disease. If you have roses in your landscape, you’re going to need to get up to speed on this devastating disease. Here are a few photos I promised to offer up so you can better diagnose rose rosette in your own garden.

Dense clusters of overgrown foliage and buds that resemble a witch's broom; a classic sign of rose rosette disease,
Dense clusters of overgrown foliage and buds that resemble a witch’s broom; a classic sign of rose rosette disease.
An overabundance of dense thorns that also turn red.
An overabundance of dense thorns that also turn red.

 

 

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