Roses are one of the most famous flowers in the world, and we all know how beautiful they are.
If you want to grow one, first thing to remember is that they should be in a sunny spot. Yes, there are some roses that can grow in a shade, but the best solution is definitely lighter place.
You should also pay attention to your roses when it comes to colder weather and winds. Find any kind of shelter, to keep them at least a little bit from cold.
Before planting your Roses, give them a good amount of water, because there may be a possibility they may have dried out, especially if you didn't take them on the market or in the flower shop.
That problem occurs if you have ordered them online, because they have been in transit for days.
Dig the plant hole wide and deep enough because you need to accommodate all the roots. Then add some root grow to the hole and back fill the hole. Carefully shake your plant, just to make sure that the roots and soil are mixed well.
Water it as soon as you see that the ground is dry. When it comes to feeding your Roses, it is a simple thing, because there are a lot of different ways you can feed it.
Folia Feeding is one of the ways, and it will result her leaves to be stronger and resistant to disease.
You can also use granule and liquid feeding. Feed them at the beginning of the season, and then every two or three weeks. Don't feed them in the late autumn or summer.