Down here in South Florida, we are now coming out of our "winter" months. These are the months that keep you from enjoying your roses and have you end up losing some of them to too much rain, heat, insect, or fungi/diseases. It's now time for me to go out and shovel the weeds out of my rose beds and begin to assess my losses, but truth be told the job is daunting and I'm just not inspired.
How do you all do it up north? How do you re-fall in love with your roses and get out in the yard to do it all again?
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.