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Problems with rose plants
My yard has shade 50-100% of the day. The soil is acidic from the fir trees, the soil is compact so that the plants will not flourish. There’s also some sort of critter that eats the plants. I think a skunk or squirrel. My rose bushes do fair for the first blooming and then in the front yard something totally eats the foliage. What ever it is can not be seen.
What to do besides hiring a back hoe and digging it all up?
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