Category: Seasonal Rose Care

Fall and Winter Rose Care

Though the temperature is usually warm in the fall, that’s the time to think about preparing your roses for winter. These steps will help your plants survive the ever-changing East Texas weather. Roses need 1 to 2 inches of water each week during the growing season. As cold weather sets in, reduce the amount of … […]

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Preparing Roses for Fall and Winter

With winter just around the corner, it’s time to think about preparing your roses for winter. The steps listed below will help your plants survive the ever-changing East Texas weather. Roses need 1-2 inches of water each week during the growing season. As cold weather sets in, reduce the amount of water but remember to … […]

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Summer Rose Care

To ensure the repeated bloom and vigorous growth of roses in your landscape, proper care must be provided. Timely fertilizer and pesticide applications, adequate water and proper pruning will keep them healthy and blooming. Fertilize your plants every six to eight weeks with a complete fertilizer formulated for roses, making the last application of the … […]

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