Answer: If your roses are not growing, they are either unhappy with the soil or they are not getting enough direct sunshine. Roses thrive with 8 hours of sun a day and loose, rich soil. If they are getting less than 8 hours of sun, you may want to move them or prune the evergreen so they get more sun (they'll also be less prone to disease problems with more sun). Roses are heavy feeders so choose a specially formulated rose food and apply according to label directions. You might also try pruning them back a bit to encourage new growth.
Best wishes with your roses!
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