How to use my best rose plant food fertilizer, a superb organic rose food, to achieve maximum rose flower production.
That's what this page is all about.
If your roses aren't blooming well, it's a possiblity that the rose plant is starved for the right nutrients.
And isn't getting enough rose food, or rose fertilizer.
Most roses are heavy feeders.
Your roses might bloom OK without rose fertilizer.
But you'll be surprised how many more rose blooms it will produce if you give it some of my favorite organic rose food, on a regular basis.
Even as often as every two weeks.
I have used Miracle Grow For Roses Food for years.
It's actually my prefered rose food for potted rose plants.It's water soluble so it's perfect for them. I also use Miracle Grow as a foilage food in between "Bayer All In One Rose Care".
These 2 products on this page is what I use for my own roses, and I have tried many different rose fertilizers, but nothing works better than these ones.
If any of you have some rose product that you swear by, please drop me a note using my Contact Me page.
Below is another Rose Care product that I highly recommend.
It actually feeds your roses and protects against rose pests, so if you have problems with insects and pests, this is for you.
Just CLICK on the product link below
The Bayer All-In-One Rose Food is a most fantastic product.
I have tested this product on my own rose bushes, and it's the best rose care product on the market.
What I especially liked, aside from that it really works, is that there is No Spraying.
You simply mix it in a bucket of water, per instructions, and pour it around your rose bushes, 3 times per season.
Not only did my roses bloom like crazy all summer, but there was No Disease and No Insects.
I have never had such a great rose food product before.
So I highly recommend that you use this rose plant food on your own roses.
When applying rose food, be sure to follow the directions on the lable.
The label provides important information about how much rose fertilizer to apply, and what application method to use.
Adding too much plant food can cause problems for roses.
For example, excess nitrogen makes roses produce few flowers.
But lots of foilage that insects find appetizing.
Apply just the right amount of rose plant fertilizer and you'll help your roses develop a healthy root system.
And sturdy stems and lots of beautiful blooms.