|I'M NOT SURE WHAT TYPE OF ROSE I HAVE, BUT THE PROBLEM I'M HAVING IS THAT THEY DON'T SEEM TO BLOOM CONSISTENTLY. I FED THEM IN THE SPRING AND WATER ON A REGULAR BASIS. IS IT TOO EARLY FOR BLOOMS OR MOST LIKELY I'M DOING SOMETHING WRONG. HELP!!
|Answer from NGA
June 1, 2010
|Roses usually bloom in June so you may be rushing the season a bit. They flower best in full sunshine and some flower more often than others. If you deadhead the spent flowers on a regular basis, your plant will flower more profusely. It all depends upon the type of roses you are growing. Hope this information is helpful.
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