Follow these simple steps to get beautiful blossoms and healthy flowers
A good feed at the start of the growing season in springtime will lay the base of bright and healthy growth in the summer time.
Of course, it is possible to grow healthy roses simply by applying plenty of garden compost or manure but for optimum performance, an additional boost is required.
Roses respond to attention and care and especially to watering, feeding and mulching. Simple tasks like control weeds or deadheading will improve the appearance of the rose garden as well as keep the plants in perfect condition.
Depending on the weather conditions, the summer rose care may start a few weeks earlier or later in the year.
Last but not least, do not forget to water your roses. At any time, one thorough soaking is better than regular dribbles.
If the early and mid summer rose care is executed well and your roses bloom prolifically, you can lean back and enjoy your flowers.
Only a few specialized tasks you may consider, such as to continue to take semi-ripe cuttings or think about new rose orders for the fall planting.
For climbers and ramblers tie in strong new shoots to extend the framework.