Your yard should get a great deal of sunlight during the day. Your roses will grow well if your rose bushes get a minimum of six hours of sun during the day.
Make sure the soil in which you plant your rose bushes drains well. A rose bush will not thrive well in a soil which is moist all the time. In a good soil, a rose bush needs to be watered at least twice a week.
Soil testers are widely available and relatively inexpensive. When testing your soil, your pH level is going to be most important for success with roses. A pH level of 5.5 to 6.6 is the ultimate situation for raising a rose garden of your own.
As your roses grow and change every year, you will need to pick off the dead head flowers. Picking off the flowers that are dead will bring new life to your bush.
In the spring of the year, you will need to prune your rose bush. The blackened portions of your rose bush need to be pruned away to promote additional new growth over the entire plant.
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