Why did some of my rose canes die back?

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

Die-back on roses is not a specific disease. It can be caused by frost damage, canker at the base of the stem, water-logging, mildew, and blackspot. Some colours are more susceptable to it such as yellow and orange varieties.

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