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Looks good. Does it have a nice scent?
Not much but I have others that do. I am looking out for a creeper rose though not so good looking spreads it aroma all over the place.
 
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Roses need a cool climate.

Unfortunately I can't comment on your roses - as none of your attachments are showing for me :(

I can however help with your question regarding climate - as having grown roses in many different climates I can very definitely tell you that - no they do not need a cool climate - especially as I grow many, many roses in a climate where summer temperatures hover around 45 -49 C ( 113 - 120 F) for months on end and they all thrive - in fact I even got a few in flower at this very moment and its currently 50C and has been for the last week.

I would've taken a photo of them - but its way, way too hot to go outside
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especially as the ground is so hot - that it burns my feet even with shoes on :eek:

Oh and I would just add - that although I've not found temperatures to be a problem - I do know that high humidity can cause problems with roses in high temperatures.
 
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Congrats on your little zombie rose, jk! It's always amazing how some water can do wonders for a plant we believed dead, I haven't see than much, but when I do is nothing but a very delightful surprise.
 
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Unfortunately I can't comment on your roses - as none of your attachments are showing for me :(

I can however help with your question regarding climate - as having grown roses in many different climates I can very definitely tell you that - no they do not need a cool climate - especially as I grow many, many roses in a climate where summer temperatures hover around 45 -49 C ( 113 - 120 F) for months on end and they all thrive - in fact I even got a few in flower at this very moment and its currently 50C and has been for the last week.

I would've taken a photo of them - but its way, way too hot to go outside View attachment 7829 especially as the ground is so hot - that it burns my feet even with shoes on :eek:

Oh and I would just add - that although I've not found temperatures to be a problem - I do know that high humidity can cause problems with roses in high temperatures.
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For some reason they did not get uploaded. Here they are.
 
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They look absolutely beautiful! I'm so glad your rose didn't die, it would be such a pity. I hope it will quickly become strong and healthy:)
 
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They are very lovely roses and have such rich deep color too. With your green thumbs, I am sure it will be healthy soon.
 
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They are very lovely roses and have such rich deep color too. With your green thumbs, I am sure it will be healthy soon.
I do not see any buds but some red shoots.
 
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Unfortunately I can't comment on your roses - as none of your attachments are showing for me :(

I can however help with your question regarding climate - as having grown roses in many different climates I can very definitely tell you that - no they do not need a cool climate - especially as I grow many, many roses in a climate where summer temperatures hover around 45 -49 C ( 113 - 120 F) for months on end and they all thrive - in fact I even got a few in flower at this very moment and its currently 50C and has been for the last week.

I would've taken a photo of them - but its way, way too hot to go outside View attachment 7829 especially as the ground is so hot - that it burns my feet even with shoes on :eek:

Oh and I would just add - that although I've not found temperatures to be a problem - I do know that high humidity can cause problems with roses in high temperatures.
Now that's hot gata montes!!!:eek:
 
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