There are no secrets to successful rose gardening, just apply this basic gardening rose tip and you will do fine.
Doing it right the from the start, will avoid lots of trouble and extra work down the road.
Only buy healthy plants from a reputable nursery or grower. Avoid so called discount deals, as these roses are likely being "dumped" for a reason.
Be sure to choose easy to grow roses with great resistance to rose diseases.
Select rose plants that do well in your area and climate zone. All roses are not created
Choose a site in your garden that gets at least 6 hours of direct sun per day, starting with morning sun.
Plant in an area with good air circulation to prevent disease. Avoid overcrowding,
so plant roses 3 feet apart.
Three pink roses
Prepare the rose soil with plenty of organic matter, such as composted manure, before planting. Add some bone meal and alfalfa pellets to the planting hole. Finish with scratching in some epsom salts on the surface.
Water thouroughly to reach the roots.
The soil should be loose and not compacted. Roses do not like "wet feet". Good drainage is of the utmost importance.
Feed with a good fertilizer for roses to promote an abundance of flowers.
'Queen Elizabeth' roses, a grandiflora rose, named after the Queen of England, 1954
Clean up dead leaves and debris from your rose garden.
Check your rose plants often (every day is best) for pests and diseases. Treat
any problems at once.
Give your roses healthy nutritious soil, lots of sunshine, good air circulation, and plenty of water. These are the greatest rose gardening tips I can give you.