Have been dusting them with Seven dust.
Sawfly wasp larvae, rose slugs, rose chafers, weevils, leafcutter bees are examples of pests that can make holes in rose leaves. You have to catch them in the act to identify them and then take appropriate counter measures. But sadly, some of them take a nibble and then leave so I sometimes learn to live with some imperfections in a small number of leaves. Controlling pest outbreaks may require inspecting the plant several times during the day and night. Look under the leaves, in the canes/branches, in the soil and under rocks. Small hail, wind and thorns can also be responsible for some leaf damage.
It did have black spot earlier, but I sprayed it and it seemed to be ok, after the high winds, it has now lost its leaves
Black spot will easily defoliate a rose bush and I suspect that is what happened. New leaves should grow back.
Holes on Leaves of Tea Roses, Mint, Hibiscus. I can see a lot of Damage on Tea Rose. What product can I use and how? Does the placement of the plants matter? Mint is near hibiscus and basil. But basil seems to be ok.
Look for beetles, caterpillars and other pests (you may need to also check at night). Some hide under the leaves, in the soil and under rocks. There was nothing visible in the picture (top of leaves only) so if the problem has stopped, the pest may have already left. If you capture the culprit, you can take a sample to your local garden center for identification using a sealed, transparent plastic bad. Once you know what it is, you can ask for a list of organic and chemical counter measures. Note: it is time for Japanese Beetles in some of the northern states.
I sold my house, and the new owner has no interest in caring for hybred tea roses. I either leave them to die or move them!
Transplanting can be done, now, which will likely initiate dormancy if done properly:
Not looking healthy as we go into winter. Bought and transplanted this spring. Soil is somewhat higher in ph +/-7.5-7.75?
We don't usually recommend rocks for mulch. The sun's reflection will often make the site overly hot, plus they don't help retain moisture. Some of the leaf edges are brown, which can indicate too much heat or not enough water.
Here is more info about mulches:
This info may help, too:
Aug 19 is end of season so what can I spray on the rose bush
Unfortunately, this can be a fairly complicated process. This article can do a much better job at explaining this, than I can:
This article will offer more information on the care of roses: