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Rockrose Care: How To Grow Rockrose Plants In The Garden
By Jackie Carroll
If you're looking for a tough shrub that thrives on neglect, try rockrose plants. Once established they need very little care. This article has more information on growing rockrose plants.
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Aphids on rose trees
Aphids are one of the major parasites, coming to disturb rose tree growth and often its blooming, too.
Here a few solutions to get rid of aphids naturally on rose trees:
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Fermented stinging nettle or fern tea
This is an excellent 100% organic way of fighting aphids.
Read here on how to make your own stinging nettle tea.
Made with Marseille soap or beldi soap dissolved in water and sprayed on the plant, this soap mix makes it hard for aphids to stick to leaves.
Grate 5 oz (150 grams) of soap and dissolve it in 1 quart (1 liter) water, add and mix in 1 tablespoon vegetable oil. Spray on plants.