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Jul 23, 2012
My moss rose won't bloom as part of a planter with other plant
by: Anonymous

I received a beautiful planter with a couple of
misc. plants including a moss rose. The moss ross
is green and thriving but is not forming buds or
blooming. I fear I may have overwatered as it has
been very dry and hot this summer. Is there anything I can do to get it to bloom?
ANSWER Does your planter have drainage holes in the bottom? Water must drain well, because roses need well-drained soil.
Also does you rose receive enough sunlight, they need full sun to bloom well.
Also most Moss roses are once-blooming so it most likely not bloom again until next season.
There is nothing you can do to make an once-blooming rose re-bloom again.
They only flower on last years wood.
So be sure not to prune it next spring ot you will not have any blooms.

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