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- Black patches appear on the leaves and stems of roses and the leaves fall early. Blackspot is a fungal disease most prevalent in wet weather. Some roses can be severly defoliated if the problem is left untreated.

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Rose leaf fading colour

Question from Naushin

One of my roses has recently been affected by black spot. Having looked at images online this was easy to identify . I do, however, have another rose (Gertrude Jekyll) which has fading coloured leaves . Is this black spot also ? It doesn't seem quite so obvious as a new gardener !

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  • Posted: Mon. 30th May 2016 12:56

blackspot on climbing iceberg

Question from karen evans

I have just noticed some blackspot on the leaves of my climbing iceberg rose. I have done some research and most say to start treating in spring, however, I'm wondering if there is anything I can do now to stop the disease overwintering? thanks

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  • Posted: Sat. 19th November 2011 08:23
  • Last reply: Sat. 19th November 2011 10:43