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Posted 17h ago by @jusmenmyleafies

I have this tiny lyda rose. It bloomed easily when I first planted from seeds BUT then a cpl struggles we were able to come from until I had elbow, bicep, & hand surgery & was in the care of my not so green thumbed hubs h son. Can I save my rose?
#ParadeRose
2ft to light, direct
4” pot without drainage
Last watered 5 days ago
Yes you can save your Parade Rose plant, because it still has green firm or pliable stems . That means it still alive. Trim away any dead
stems. I maybe wrong, but it looks like there is some new growth starting to appear on it. Roses are resilient. I hope YOU and your plant will have a speedy recovery. Please keep us updated on the status of you and your plant.

Go to this website for additional information:
https://homeguides.sfgate.com/care-dying-indoor-parade-roses-44190.html

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