Feed your roses in early April
Feeding provides your roses with key nutrients to keep them healthy, allowing them to produce better blooms and resist pests and diseases. It’s a relatively quick and simple task, yet is one of the most beneficial jobs you can do.
Mulch your roses after feeding
Mulching is the addition of a protective layer around the base of your roses. This process helps your roses to retain moisture, suppresses weeds and provides valuable nutrients for your roses as they grow.
Roses are among one of the most versatile garden plants.Easy to care for, with a long flowering season they can make a great addition to any outdoor space.
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Feeding your roses twice a year will encourage strong, healthy growth and abundant flowering.
Deadheading is the removal of finished blooms in order to encourage further blooms and improve the appearance and shape of the rose.
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Training a climbing or rambling rose allows you to direct the growth of your roses for even coverage.
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