CategorySummer care

Hot Roses

Roses can take the heat, as long as they receive sufficient water.  One inch of water per week is the minimum.  Your roses will perform much better during the summer if they get 6 to 9 gallons of water per week. Pruning: Keep as many leaves on your roses as possible, therefore, prune off the blooms only, especially on small and newly planted roses. Please don’t cut down the canes unless they are over 6-7 feet.  Then you can cut […]

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