Spots on the rose

This is the same rose we posted a couple of days ago. This morning we noticed pinkish spots on the petals. Can anybody chime in and help us identify what’s going on with this rose?

82 thoughts on “Spots on the rose

  1. This is what Google says: “The spots look like water spots on the petals, however, the spots are actually caused by the plants’ reaction to the invasion of the fungus at the spot where the petal has been damp.”
    Too much water, maybe?

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  2. It appears that it was sprayed with something, but I suspect the color was always in the rose and it just appeared with time. Since I am not a rose expert, that is my opinion. It is certainly interesting, and if you find out what it is, please post as I am curious. thanks for posting.

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  3. It’s a fungus of some type. I looks like botrytis blight fungus, but I can’t say for sure. There may be brownish blotches on the canes and leaves, also. Spray the bush with a fungicide for roses. Fungus is common on rose bushes in humid areas.

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  4. I have noticed over the years that my light colored roses (white or pink) make these beautiful spots after a period of cold or rain weather. I live in Italy,
    during the spring there are many changes in temperature. I hope i helped๐ŸŒธ

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  5. It could be geitonogamy. Geitonogamy is a type of self-pollination in which the pollen from anthers of one flower is transferred to the stigma of another flower of the same plant.

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  6. This could due to geitonogamy. Geitonogamy is a type of self-pollination in which the pollen from anthers of one flower is transferred to the stigma of another flower of the same plant.

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  7. Pink โ€œblemishesโ€ on a pretty white rose? Even though itโ€™s a minor fungal attack, itโ€™s a beautiful one! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Like a Vanilla ice cream with strawberry syrup. So pretty!

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  10. I had beautifully blooming roses within 2 days they were completely covered with aphids (tiny white bugs) which ate through all the leaves and roses, which destroyed. I had read an article about mixing apple cider vinegar with water and spraying the plants. It worked briefly, but the next day all my roses were destroyed. If you do have a fungus or bugs, they also get into the soil, so not only do you have to remove the roses, but throw out all the soil they were planted in. Good luck.
    The beautiful Rose I blogged about recently was destroyed also :(!!!

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  12. Aye, if it’s no flees its midgies, roses are beautiful but seem to catch everything that is going, but one thing for sure if you ask for advice, you will be rewarded with plenty and it will cost you nothing, sadly that is all most of it is worth. Keeps safe, Walter.

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