Anyone Can Grow Roses

So what’s all the hoop-de-doo about growing roses?

Yes, they are heavy feeders.

Yes, they are prone to mold.

And, yes, to bloom their best, they need to be pruned.


But so what? Everything worthwhile requires maintenance.
All gardening success boils down to a few simple foundational truths, and growing roses is no different.

It’s as simple as this—


If you will plant the right type of rose,
In the right kind of soil,
At the proper time,

In the right location
You WILL have roses.

Treat for pests and mold occasionally, and you will have robust, healthy roses.

Feed them occasionally, and you will have beautiful roses.

Do all of the above, be willing to prune, prune, prune, and you will have lots and lots of robust, beautiful, healthy roses.

It’s just as simple as that.

Read the next few posts for elementary info on getting started!

Published in: on December 15, 2006 at 12:57 am  Leave a Comment  

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