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Rosa 'Marmalade Skies'

Photo by Michelle Longo

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Annie Thornton added this to Learn the Secret to Bigger and Better RosesMay 30, 2019

Marmalade Skies roseRosebushes do best in fertile soil. Without it, the blooms will be small and few. Thankfully, creating fertile soil for roses is easy, and this will result in more roses with larger blooms. In addition, many of the amendments will help keep the soil pH at or near neutral, which is also best for roses.When to Fertilize Roses and Add Soil AmendmentsIt’s helpful to note that fertilizer is considered a soil amendment. The first application of granular fertilizer generally is done in early spring and may be repeated in midsummer (early fall in USDA zones 9 to 11; find your zone).

Laura Gaskill added this to 6 Ways to Make the Most of This WeekendSep 20, 2017

5. Help roses get ready for fall. If you live in a cold-winter region (Zone 7 on the USDA plant hardiness map and below), stop deadheading roses eight weeks before the date of the first frost to help slow their growth in preparation for winter. Those in warmer regions (Zone 8 and above) can give roses a little TLC after the heat of summer by lightly pruning and applying rose fertilizer.Your Complete Guide to Fall Rose Care

Annie Thornton added this to Your Complete Guide to Fall Rose CareSep 11, 2017

All roses go through a dormant season in winter, when growth stops and they go through a period of rest. In cold-winter regions, USDA Zone 7 and below (find your zone), the preparation for winter begins early in the fall, while in warmer zones you can use fall to prepare roses for their next bloom cycle.

J. Peterson Garden Design added this to 6 Wonderfully Easy Roses for Any GardenerMar 29, 2013

5. 'Marmalade Skies'. This lovely pink to tropical-red bloomer is a floribunda rose with flowers that develop in clusters at the ends of the stems, making them ideal for cutting and displaying. It's a continuous bloomer with a sweet, fruity fragrance, and it stays low and compact, growing to 3 feet tall. Throw out the sprays after planting 'Marmalade Skies' — you won't need them. Grow it in zones 5 to 9.

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auntbnx added this to Gorgeous GardensMar 5, 2019

Floribunda Rose- Rosa 'Marmalade Skies' Photo by Michelle Longo

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