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My shrub rose leaves are turning brown and dying. I can't see anything on them. They are like shriveling up, turning brown. Help. What causes this?

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To much sun or heat they need more shade then what you are giving them and also do not water them during the day time only water them in early morning between 7 and 8 am or at night around the time the sun is going down. watering during the day will also burn them.

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