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Old 12-06-2011, 10:47 PM
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Hi all, I'm looking for help! I bought a birthday Rose in October from a garden centre a place it is a pot in front garden! T had beautiful White flowers and we hoped that it would be okay. We also put in the same pot a couple of heathers!

After the severe weather we hoped it would be ok but it looks all dry and dead! Any tips or advice would be much appreciated as this is very close to our heart as we planted this just after my mum died and we've put her ashes in too. Hope someone can help!

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Old 07-07-2011, 02:40 AM posted to rec.gardens.roses
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have you tried to gently nick a stem and see if it is still green just
under the bark? If not, the rose is gone. If it is still green, the
rose might come back, you will just have to wait and see.

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Hi all, I'm looking for help! I bought a birthday Rose in October from a
garden centre a place it is a pot in front garden! T had beautiful White
flowers and we hoped that it would be okay. We also put in the same pot
a couple of heathers!

After the severe weather we hoped it would be ok but it looks all dry
and dead! Any tips or advice would be much appreciated as this is very
close to our heart as we planted this just after my mum died and we've
put her ashes in too. Hope someone can help!

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Thanks for the advice, it was gone so we've started again with a new Birthday Rose which is looking good. Fingers x'd the frost stays away and hope it will bloom for mums anniversary in October.


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