The Q&A Archives: Roses

Question: I am a novice with Roses. I have two Rose bushes and I can't seem to make them grow each year they only produce about ten flowers each. What can I do. I have trimmed them back thinking they would grow.

Answer: Full sunshine, adequate water, regular feeding and regular deadheading are all your roses need to thrive. Try feeding with a specialized rose food (in amounts as recommended on the package) and be sure to remove the spent flowers so your roses don't spend their energy developing rose hips instead of new roses. Enjoy your garden!

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