Roses are actually quite easy to grow, and most problems can quite easily be dealt with. Remember, problems with your roses fall into just three groups:
- A disease (like mildew or blackspot). These you can usually treat with a fungicide.
- A pest (like greenfly). These you can usually treat with an insecticide.
- Bad growing conditions (like drought or shade). Therefore avoid dry or shady areas.
As a general rule, your roses are less likely to catch a disease if they are well looked after – look on the care page to see how to do this.
To find out what’s wrong with your roses, just click on the thumbnail picture that looks like your problem.
If you are still unsure and want some personal advice drop Bill LeGrice an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org