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Last bloom from Dr. Tinsley

ChuckcChuckc Posts: 4,398 Captain
May need to relocate it, not thriving like I would like to see.

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  • mississippi macmississippi mac Posts: 4,222 Captain
    Chuck...
    nice macro...
    what was the focal length you used???
    50mm???

    tim
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  • ChuckcChuckc Posts: 4,398 Captain
    Thanks Mac. I have two Tamrons, 90mm 2.8 and a 60mm 2.0. I used the 60 on this one.
  • redsgurlredsgurl Posts: 555 Officer
    Chuck, have you looked up anything on your rose? Maybe leafhopper or rust? Im no pro, but maybe you can take a couple of infected leaves down to your ag center. Or where you purchased it. It's beautiful.
    Suz


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  • ChuckcChuckc Posts: 4,398 Captain
    It is susceptible to a sort of blight and you can see it on the leaves as noted. I do need to take better care of it than I have so far. My Dad had the greenest of thumbs but I didn't get that gene unfortunately.
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