A Black Spot On Roses can be defined as an inflamed region of the rose where the color is dark brown-black or even deeper red. It is called a “spot” because this spot is usually raised and extends deep into the interior of the rose, sometimes several inches deep. These raised areas are called “spots”, and if a rose is suffering from a “spot”, it will have darkened surrounding areas called “pink spots”. No matter Green Acres Direct has the solution with its Black Spot on Roses Remedy.
If a rose is in the middle of a “pad”, that is raised and extending outward, it is suffering from what is called “divert” where the colour has turned to a purplish pink. This is a very common type of defect for roses, and if you find your roses in this condition, it is advisable to have them professionally evaluated and treated before the scarring becomes too extensive.
The causes of this particular type of defect are many, and the actual term is “discoloration”. In fact, some types of roses may never bear any flowers at all due to this type of discoloration and are considered to be dead or dying due to the lack of flowers. If you are unsure what you are looking at when spotting your roses, a good way to tell is by looking at the center of the rose, and if the colour is purplish-pink or darker, you are probably suffering from a discoloration.