Your Path to Healthier Roses Starts Here
Use this free rose care guide - before you apply rose disease treatments - to encourage good blooms.
Dear Rose Enthusiast,
Are your roses – in the ground or containers - not
blooming like you hoped they would during the growing season? What do your roses look like?
Have you looked at your roses only to see your rose bush
littered with holes likely caused by a pest? Do you have black spot or powdery
You’ve maybe read or browsed through different rose
guides on rose disease or black spot and found them to be too difficult to
understand. Not to mention their list of solutions is often incomplete.
So many rose care guides – especially regarding insects
and rose disease – seem too academic. It’s as if they assume you already know a
lot about the topic. Or they just want to you to be impressed by the breadth of
their technical knowledge.
But here it’s about helping you…
If you would like to:
healthier rose bushes
chemical solutions that won’t destroy non-predator insects
about organic treatments that are safer than chemicals
Then I’ll show you how to have less frustration and get
more satisfaction out of your roses. All by using a simple and easy to
understand guide that will help you discourage
pests and care for infested roses.
bees are your friend! Why some pests should be encouraged.
You’re going to learn how to discourage pests from eating
your rose bushes. Also, I’ll teach you how to get control of rose diseases if
they do get into your roses.
Best of all you’re going to save money and time by
knowing the correct solution to use in the most common situations.
First of all, you’ll need to get to know the different
pests and rose diseases so you can properly identify a problem. You’ll have to
learn how to inspect your rose bush – then clearly gauge its condition – and
then you’ll be able to know what’s affecting it.
- How to encourage the “good” insects
- Lists of different pests – learn which pests
are most likely to ruin a rose bloom.
- Details of the most common rose diseases,
including black spot
- Prevention and Corrective measures
Spider mites… aphids… black spot on your roses…
downey mildew… and even deer! All of these and more can seriously harm your
roses, preventing a healthy bloom.
vs. Chemical Solutions. Systemic vs. Topical. Which one is
appropriate for any given situation you might face? How is it best to apply
Every step of the way it’s important to remember the
bigger picture… and that’s having a healthier rose garden that gives you
beautiful and bigger blooms… and overall more enjoyment with your roses!
for your roses is enjoyable when you've got the right tools to discourage pests
and rose disease.
If you’re fed up with seeing your roses not reach their
potential… or if you want to have more quality time with your roses, instead of
always having to nurse unhealthy roses and wondering if you’re doing the right
Then having the right rose care guide and tools will turn
that around for you. Because when most of your roses are healthy and in bloom
you’ll feel better about your garden – big or small, ground or containers - and
you’ll look forward to working on your roses.
At that point, nature becomes an enjoyable friend because
not only are you doing things that will bring picturesque roses… but you’ll
know that it will likely continue.
But if something happens that temporarily pauses healthy
blooming, like a pest infestation or black spots on your roses, you’ll know how
to identify the likely cause and what to do next.
your roses in a new and fun way.
Do not order any rose pest or disease guide unless it
meets the following 3 criteria.
rose care guide must be easy to understand, especially for beginners.
So-called complete books on rose care make it seem really
difficult. This is because they want you to just depend on them. So info is often
limited and incomplete, with just little bits of truly useful tips here or
there making you come back for more and more… or funneling you towards buying
expensive products you might not really need.
But caring for roses isn’t that hard!
good rose care guide on pests or anything else, must have good illustrations
That said, it’s not practical or possible to take a
picture of each and every single pest or rose disease.
But, too many rose books I’ve read have a limited list of
pests and little or no illustrations at all!
On the other hand, some books have too many pictures –
and not much useful info – or pictures that are irrelevant to the problem
you’re trying to solve. In other words, a rose care guide claiming to help you
solve pest issues but instead just fills the book with pictures of healthy
roses isn’t very helpful.
need more than just a few solutions!
When it comes to pest and rose disease solutions, too
many books will leave you wanting more. They’ll just float one or a couple of
“solutions” out there as if one size can fit all.
So much of it depends on identifying the specific pest…
then deciding if an organic or chemical solution is the right application to
use… then demystifying the many solutions available so you can figure which one
is best capable of getting rid of the pest… then knowing how and the best times
to apply it.
Incomplete information just won’t cut it for you!
Reasons to Believe What I Say
Like you, I have a love and passion for roses! They are
an absolute joy in my life!
I have my own garden that I take care of. And like you,
I’ll do whatever I can to care for my roses and keep them healthy.
I care deeply about the rose community, a.k.a.
“rosarians” – yes, that is a term we use – and I want only what is best for
Secondly, my experience taking care of roses at public
gardens has given me the opportunity to learn from some of the smartest gardeners around.
This experience has taught me how to prune properly, how
to handle black spot, how to deal with pests, and a lot more.
I want to share that knowledge and experience with you
to Beat Rose Pests
It’s best to have a simple and easy-to-understand guide
that teaches you how to prevent and get rid of rose pests. So let’s focus on
the 6 key things you must do to accomplish this goal.
rose pest problems before they start.
There are many things you can do to help prevent insects
from getting to your roses. Learning best practices here will encourage more
healthy blooms and save you from having to spend time on the following steps.
of pest damage.
You have to know what specifically is affecting your rose
bush before you can begin to treat it. I’ll show you how to inspect your rose
bush and know its condition so you’ll apply the right solution, escaping
to use beneficial insects to your advantage.
Learn why seeing an insect might not be such a bad thing.
How to encourage good insects and prevent the bad insects.
and organic solutions.
Which organic solution is appropriate for any given
situation you might face with insects? Here is where you learn how to get rid
of those pesky insects - safely - so your roses can once again bloom.
What if the organic solution doesn’t work? You’ll still
want to get rid of those pests won’t you? Sometimes the organic solution
doesn’t always work because the insect infestation is just too advanced by the
time you catch it.
Here is where you’ll learn about the heavy solutions that
are almost guaranteed to work.
What is hurting
your roses? This might seem like it would take a long time to learn but it
helps to have a reference guide for the different types of insects out there
that could hurt your roses.
rust. No rose disease. Clear up black spot.
How to deal with black spot
Learn solutions and specific
How moisture can affect your roses
Spot problems before they
No rust. No rose disease.
Prevention and solutions.
Earth-friendly organic solutions are revealed
So you can care for your
roses and be clean about it.
just take my word for it… here is what some of our customers have had to say
about my rose care guide.
is the best rose information around for beginners. It’s easy-to-understand and
simple to use.” – Debbie from Alberta, Canada.
you for your rose care guide and newsletter. I’m finding it very helpful. Keep
up the good work!” –
John from Boise, ID.
have a Tiffany rose bush that’s had so many problems this summer. Many leaves
have holes in them and there were little green insects crawling all over the
rose buds, preventing a healthy bloom. I thought I might just have to extract
and replace the whole rose bush. But Harriet’s guide showed me that is was rose
slugs and how to get rid of them. Now, the Tiffany is blooming just as
beautifully as ever!” –
Rick from Portland, OR.
A healthy rose bush will mean a lot to you too!
Many books that supposedly teach you how to deal with
pests and rose disease only offer partial information. And they’ll often charge
you more than what that information is really worth.
But here we’re about helping you solve real problems by
giving you real answers you can use now.
This guide I’ve put together for you is taken from hours
upon hours of my own research and the research of master gardeners I’ve learned
Just that time alone is literally worth thousands!
Also, my actual experience volunteering at public gardens
has been priceless.
And that is my gift to you here…
When you’re caring for your own roses, you’ll learn best
But, you need a good rose care guide to point you in the
right direction and to show you how fun it really is to care for your roses.
I’ll be that rose care guide for you!
All the hours and hours of my experience and research…
worth thousands of dollars of my time… is now available to you electronically
whenever you want it.
All so you can start enjoying a healthier rose bloom!
Let Your Roses Bug You!
When you get this free rose care eBook “Don’t Let Your Roses Bug You!” you’ll
learn a flexible and yet simplified approach to preventing and solving insect
and rose disease issues.
You will get six chapters of easy-to-understand and
computer accessible insect fighting tips and solutions in PDF format that help you care for
your roses easier.
rose pest and rose disease problems before they start.
of pest and rose disease damage.
to use beneficial insects to your advantage.
and organic solutions.
specifics: Which insect is hurting your roses and how you can deal with it.
Also included will be photos or drawings plus specific
descriptions of pests and the rose damage they cause so you can have a helpful
visual reference of the most common pests or rose diseases.
In addition to those valuable rose care tips, we’ve
included a brief pep talk that will encourage you to see your roses in a fresh
and fun way. In other words, do you really need “perfection” with your roses? I
think you can have a wonderful rose garden without each and every rose bush
With “Don’t Let
Your Roses Bug You!” always there to help you out in case of an insect
infestation or rose disease, you’ll always know what to do and how to fix
whatever issue occurs.
So you’ll be able to really start enjoying your rose
care experience again and encourage bigger blooms. Then once they’re cared
for, you can start smelling the roses around your own home and get busy
to Get Your Free Rose Care eBook
"Don't Let Your Roses Bug You!"
Quick PDF Download
So go ahead and just try it
out! It's free!
Even though I get lots of mail I would love to hear from
you, telling me stories about how you got rid of a pest or black spot and
showing me pictures of your healthy rose blooms.
Enjoy your roses!
Wish you had healthier roses? Want to have more quality time with your rose
garden or containers?
Then try our free easy-to-understand eBook guide Don't Let Your Roses Bug You! because you’ll
learn how to effectively deal with the rose pests and rose disease so
you can start having more quality time with your roses.
Click one of the links above to get your free PDF copy now!
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