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Southwest Gardener's July Checklist

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Water roses in the summer but don't fertilize them. The high heat of summer can be hard on roses. Their flowers are smaller and often burn in the heat. Roses often enter summer dormancy, meaning they stop blooming altogether, which is normal.During this time roses are using their resources to cope with the effects of the heat. Adding fertilizer will just stress your roses, so wait until fall to fertilize them again.Shown: Roses with signs of heat damage
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