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Growing Roses

The rose is probably one of the most well-known flowers and it’s no surprise why people favor them so much. They are glamorous and graceful with a sweet-smelling aroma. Roses have a reputation of being difficult to grow and care for. Whilst some roses can be quite tricky to handle and can take up a lot of your time, others are perfectly manageable to grow. If you are a beginner and need help and advice on how to grow your very own roses, follow our useful tips and you’ll soon be on your way to having a garden full of beautiful roses.

Above everything, you need to find a perfect spot for your roses. Find an area that is neither too sunny nor too shady. You want an area that has roughly seven hours of sunlight because this is how much a rose requires in order to grow. They should be planted away from large plants because they will drain the water away from your roses.

If you are starting with bare-root plants, clip off any dead leaves and soak the roots in water the night before you plan to plant them.

When it comes to digging your hole, you need to make sure it is about 15 inches deep. The size of the hole, however, depends on the size of your plant. The width of hole should be slightly larger than the width of the rose plant’s widest part. For those planting bare-root plants, you will need to place the root of your plant on a mound of dirt and fill it around the mound. Water the plant lightly around the edges. You must water your plant regularly, especially if it is dry. If the climate is particularly dry, you must water your plants six or seven times a week. Avoid watering the top of the plant – you should be watering the base of the plant. Soggy leaves and blooms only attract pests.

The soil which the roses are growing in should be quite acidic. The Ph level of your soil should be up to 7.

Once everything has been done properly, you must make sure you look out for aphids. If you see a spider web on your flower – that’s a good thing. Spiders eat aphids so make sure you don’t get rid of the web or kill the spider. They will naturally get rid of aphids for you.

It is also important to remember to use fertilizer on your flowers in spring and in summer. Apply the fertilizer around the base of the plant. You may also consider using mulch on your plants to eliminate weeds.

Growing your own roses is a rewarding hobby. To keep them looking good, make sure you prune them regularly using sharp shears. When your roses grow older, they need to be pruned individually.

Roses have a reputation of being tricky to grow but they aren’t nearly as complicated as most people think. With care, maintenance and attention to detail, you can easily have beautiful roses growing successfully in your garden. It doesn’t have to be tricky at all. Roses are much loved for their beauty and elegance. They have been grown for the past 2,000 years and continue to be one of the favored flowers grown in gardens across the world. The wonderful thing about roses is that they add instant glamour and beauty to your garden. So stop hesitating and start planting your roses soon. It isn’t complicated at all. It is a rewarding experience to have your very own home grown roses thriving in your garden.

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