|I love rose bushes but once summer gets here they are not as vibrant as they were in spring. What am I doing wrong?
|Answer from NGA
March 20, 2010
|It's natural for your roses to take a few months off when the summer heat arrives. Usually they just sit patiently and wait for cooler weather, then bloom their little heads off. As long as spring growth is good and you get flowers before the heat sets in and after it subsides, your roses are doing just what they need to do to maintain good health. There's not much you can do to control the weather!
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