Answer: If you planted bare root roses you can expect some growth in April and May (after the weather warms) and flowers should begin blooming in July. As your rose matures it will flower a little earlier in the season.
Roses need 6-8 hours of direct sunshine every day and they will benefit from frequent feeding. The easiest way to ensure they're getting all the nutrients they require is by applying a rose food in amounts and with the frequency as suggested on the plant food label. Water your roses deeply once or twice a week (if weather is hot) all through the growing season.
Best wishes with your roses!
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