Roses Care Tips
- Mid March start to trim roses back to around 12″.
- Put systemic and fungicide on to keep bugs off and disease away, about every 6-8 weeks.
- Dead heading your roses will help them to rebloom faster and keep them looking nice.
- Roses do like their water. So mulching (ground bark) around roses will help to keep moisture in, weeds out and protect for winter.
- In the fall if your roses have gotten to tall, trim back to 3′ only. Trimming severely in the fall can put your roses at risk of dying. If we have a really cold winter and you have trimmed it low and there are black canes on what is left, you have nothing left to cut back.
- Following these tips will help make your roses beautiful.
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