flowers. Monday , May 08th , 2017 - 13:14:11 PM
What will hold back a passionate gardener from propagating his darlings, the roses? Experienced gardeners know those little secrets that will cause them to have a very good success rate in cuttings propagation, however, if you are a beginner in this beautiful endeavor, there are some helpful tips that will save you a lot of frustration and also will save you precious time provided that you won't need to learn it the hard way, you can learn from others' failed attempts.
Another common rose disease is Black Spot, and it is caused by a fungus named Diplocarpon rosae. As its name already implies, this disease appears like black spots on the leaves and then the foliage turns yellow falling completely in early autumn, also as a consequence, the flowers lose the intensity of their color. Black spot can be prevented by means of proper sanitation but also fungicide needs to be sprayed once or even twice a week during rainy seasons.
Stephanos stands for crown, while otis stands for ear in Greek. This forms the name of this flower that appears to have a head of tiny flowers that resembles a crown.
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