I've had tea roses since 1999. I have 5 plants, and they have been healthy all along, until recently. On all 5 the leaves are drying out and curling, and the same has happened to my neighbor's roses, about 200 feet from my plants. I fertilized them like I always do and pruned them in the spring like I always do, but something happened this year. We were thinking maybe our wacky weather this spring had something to do with it. I don't see any spots or insects on any of the plants. Could too much rain do this? And will they ever recover? I see buds, but who knows if they'll even open this year. Can I save my roses?!!!