It’s time to fertilize rose bushes

Frank BrinesMaster Consulting RosarianBoy, has it been crazy weather? Depending on the location – or more specifically, that of the garden – a gardener may have experienced frost damage to their roses and tender young plants recently. Keep an eye on those roses: If you see that frost has actually killed new growth that came out after pruning, you may need to re-prune, making your cuts just above the next outward-facing bud down the cane.The thing is even gardens in the same general vicinity may have different effects due to their prevailing micro-climates. The next few days of March will be slightly above normal with predicted temperatures in the mid-80s. Overall temperature predicted for March is near average. Roses enjoy this weather which encourages roses to jump into li
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