Pink, Purple & Blue on one Plant If your bud normally produces pink flowers toss a handful of Holly tone (or other acidic fertilizer) over the roots on one side of the plant.  Next year that side will turn blue. If your HYD naturally has blue flowers, toss a handful of […]

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Who doesn’t love a rose?  However in high heat & humidity areas (such as Long Island) most varieties of roses acquire fungal diseases such as “black spot”.  Leaves fall off, the plant looks ugly and we wonder why.   Learn how to avoid these unpleasantries and enjoy roses again.

Roses hate humidity