The Q&A Archives: My rose don't bloom

Question: Since I feed the rose some food and pruned. some of them don't bloom. I need help.

Answer: Roses need lots of sunshine in order to bloom. If you are regularly feeding and watering, and if you prune early each spring, the only other reason a rose might not bloom is lack of sufficient sunshine. If your roses are not getting at least 8 hours of sunshine a day, you may have to transplant them to sunnier spots. Best wishes with your roses!

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