Growing Great Roses
Growing roses is fairly straight forward but like most things, you get out of it what you put into it.   We are here to help both the beginning rose grower as well as the gardeners who have been including roses in their landscape for years.

If you are planting a lot of roses, it would be prudent to have a soil test done first.   This will clarify the soil's pH (6.5 to 6.8 is recommended), organic content of the soil and mixture of the three basic growing elements:  nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Contact your county horticulture agent for information on how to obtain a soil test.  
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This page was most recently updated on 12/31/2015
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