[color=darkblue]I have a beautiful Blue Girl rose in a pretty substantial pot in my front yard. I'm in zone 7 and I recieve full sun to partial shade. My big problem is I think it might have a powdery mildew, but I want to get your opinion.
Most of the leaves are completely over-run with these little opaque white spots...at first I thought they were holes, which my rose also has an overabundance of, but they were not. A few of the leaves are also curling or the ends have dried up.
The rose has been growing and reblooming despite the spots, the holes, the curling, and a few dried up edges.
The only thing I give it besides water is a neem concentrate which I mix with water and spray on the leaves a couple times a week.
Does my rose have a powdery mildew problem like I think it does?...Should I go ahead and replant it in the ground?...Is the neem spray hurting the leaves somehow? What is happening to my leaves?[/color]