The three Disneyland Roses (Floribunda roses) that are planted in full sun on the south side of our house are currently in the midst of their second bloom cycle of the growing season. The first set of blooms this season were in early/mid June . Now, about six-weeks later, we're seeing the next flush of pink/orange/salmon blooms. See below for a look at some of the Disneyland Roses in mid-Summer: Here, below, is a look at the three Disneyland Roses (along with the pair of Sugar Tyme Crabapple trees that are in espalier) along the side of our house: In 2022, I saw four bloom cycles - June, August, late September and again in early November . Yes...November. My plan is to feed these this week and then one more time (September) before putting a stop to the seasonal fertilizer for the season.
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Our Disneyland Roses (at least the ones that have been planted with southern exposure a few seasons back) get their first flush of flower blooms in early June. They bloomed in early/mid June in 2022 and in early/mid (10th of the month) June in 2021, too . This year is no different as the first sets of blooms have hit our Floribunda roses. Below are some photos - first showing some of the flowers that I clipped off and have put in a vase in our kitchen. The Disneyland Rose - in Zone 5b - get at least three full flushes of blooms. June (now) is the first. And the last one is in October. There is another one in-between in August or so. At least...that's what I think happens. Perhaps they get four flushes? I'll have to observe more closely this year. While the bloom schedule is right on track, I'm seeing something that is new to me: leaves being eaten up and destroyed by SOMETHING. See below for a look at the tattered foliage: Pest? Fungus? Slugs? Roseslugs? A