Several weeks ago I planted a small Ginger Syllabub climbing rose into a pot on my patio.Hopefully, it will find a permanent home in the garden this fall. I ordered the rose form an online nursery and it arrived in perfect condition. To the potting soil, I added compost, a bit of Holly-tone to lower the neutral pH, Rose-tone, dried banana peels, and a small bit of epsom salts. It settled right in and started to flourish. Three 'Pilgrim' oregano share the pot and are doing very well. I noticed yesterday that the leaves look a bit weird. Several have brown edges and are curling in, there are yellowish-green spots, and the veins show symptoms similar to chlorosis, even though the oregano doesn't. The entire plant doesn't seem to be affected.
Help!!! What's wrong with my rose???
Brown curling edges around a few leaves
The brown spots are spreading to the lower left leaf
Yellowish spots along the veins
A brown spot that ruptured?
Something seems to be affecting the leaves ability to transport nutrients/water to the rest of the leaf.
Overall, the plant is sturdy and seems healthy until you look closely. The oregano are oblivious to the plight of the rose, so I don't think the issue is the soil.