These are the signs of rust or powdery mildew. They love the water and as a result often occur during humid and wet weather.
Don’t let your garden suffer as the cold winter months drive you inside.
“While your roses might look like bare twig arrangements at the moment, your garden needn’t look boring. Liven up your rose garden by reshaping it with a focal point,” says Awapuni gardening guru, Tod Palenski.
Now is the perfect time to prune your roses and while they might look like bare twig arrangements when you’re finished with them, it’s a small sacrifice to make for great blooms in spring. So this month I’ll give you a guide to achieving knockout roses.