Grow healthier roses

Here are the suggestions for growing great roses-and for helping roses thrive without chemical:

Take cuttings only from old roses. Newer hybrid roses are protected by a 20-year plant patent law.

Consider the beauty of once- blooming roses. Most old –fashioned roses only bloom once a year, but so do daffodils and rhododendrons, just gotten spoiled wanting repeat bloomers.

Provide seed for birds during the colder months (December to April). The availability of food encourages birds to nest in the garden during the winter. Come spring, they feast on the pests that harm roses.

Prune roses in late winter (can do it in February), then spray with neem oil. A natural botanical pesticide. Feed roses in early spring with one cup of alfalfa pellets and organic fertilizer per plant.

“Hill up” each rose in fall by piling as much as 12 inches of horse manure around the base

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