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'Olivia' David Austin shrub rose

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to Your Complete Guide to Fall Rose CareSep 10, 2017

Fall Rose Care for Mild-Winter Regions: Zone 8 and AboveIn areas that experience mild winters, fall is a season to celebrate another round of rose blooms. Often, roses in these regions are subjected to hot summer temperatures, which leaves them a little worse for wear. There are a few steps to take to get them ready for their autumn show.1. In late August through mid-September, lightly prune back the roses, removing up to one-third of their outer growth. This helps to remove sunburned leaves and stimulate new growth. Prune to an outward bud at a 45-degree angle. Clip off any diseased leaves.

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to How Are Your Roses Doing? A Complete Summer GuideJul 12, 2017

Fertilizing. Not surprisingly, roses need fertile soil to produce their gorgeous blooms, and regular applications of fertilizer are recommended. Organic rose fertilizers are a great choice since they will feed your roses without killing beneficial soil microorganisms as synthetic (chemical) fertilizers can. As an added benefit, fertilizers made from organic sources last longer than synthetic ones.The first application of fertilizer should be made in spring. In areas with relatively mild winters (USDA zone 8 and above; find your zone) this should be done in March. In colder climates, April is generally a good time to fertilize. The amount of fertilizer to add can vary depending on the type of fertilizer, so it’s best to follow the directions on the bag of fertilizer that you buy.After the first blooms of the season have faded, fertilize again. The last application of granular fertilizer should occur no later than six weeks before the first frost in your region. While fertilizing three times a year will provide you with a healthy, beautiful rosebush, for those who want the best and biggest rose displays, you can supplement your rose feeding with alfalfa meal and Epsom salts.Learn the Secret to Bigger and Better Roses

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caoer0601 added this to caoer0601's ideasDec 24, 2017

Fertilizing. Not surprisingly, roses need fertile soil to produce their gorgeous blooms, and regular applications of fertilizer are recommended. Organic rose fertilizers are a great choice since they will feed your roses without killing beneficial soil microorganisms as synthetic (chemical) fertilizers can. As an added benefit, fertilizers made from organic sources last longer than synthetic ones.The first application of fertilizer should be made in spring. In areas with relatively mild winters (USDA zone 8 and above; find your zone) this should be done in March. In colder climates, April is generally a good time to fertilize. The amount of fertilizer to add can vary depending on the type of fertilizer, so it’s best to follow the directions on the bag of fertilizer that you buy.After the first blooms of the season have faded, fertilize again. The last application of granular fertilizer should occur no later than six weeks before the first frost in your region. While fertilizing three times a year will provide you with a healthy, beautiful rosebush, for those who want the best and biggest rose displays, you can supplement your rose feeding with alfalfa meal and Epsom salts, which you can learn more about here.

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