My rose don't bloom - Knowledgebase Question

torrance, Ca
Question by Xiaoyan_98_9
March 9, 2009
Since I feed the rose some food and pruned. some of them don't bloom. I need help.

Answer from NGA
March 9, 2009


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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