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How to take care of the roses?
|It is a plant which generally requires to be exposed to the sun.|
|It is grown in warm climates from 15 to 25 º C.|
|It has to be watered regularly, specially in summer.|
|It has to be pruned once a year (January or February)|
|It requires a well prepared soil which keeps humidity.|
|It should be manured once a year, specially in Spring.|
|Rust: Yellow spots at the end of Summer or at the the beginning of Autumn.|
|Oídium: Flowers and leaves covered with a white layer.|
|Blackspot: Black spots on the leaves which make them fall.|
|Greenfly: Plant lice lying on the leaves, shoots and buds.|
|how to deal with these diseases? Cut the affected parts and apply pesticide (Consult the florist’s for the suitable pesticide)|
Main varieties of roses
|To cut: Rosa Bacara. It derives from Tea rose , flowering all throughout the year. It is the most common species to be found in a greenhouse. The usual rose to be given as a gift to show affection.|
|Smelling roses: Rosa Alfred de Dalmas. In full bloom from the end of Spring till the beginning of Autumn, producing big pink roses.|
|Rosebushes:. Rosa Sarabanda. Flowers without interruption from Spring till the end of Autumn. Rosa Albertine, a pink rose.|
|Flowerpot roses: Dwarf species,such as Coralin, red, Golden wings, not very fragrant, with big yellow petals and reddish stamens. Fountain, big red flowers and very.|
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22 April, 2020