Rosales, its secrets (II) – Ideas for gardens and decoration

In the previous article we have referred to the ideal soil for proper development of the rose bushes, today we will begin by referring to the risks.

Watering should be done when the soil is dry or at least once a week in abundant form, so that the water reaches the roots. If the irrigation is weak, the plant will be weak, giving small flowers with short flowering periods. The earth should be held together, avoiding natural cracks. This land should never have weeds.

At the time of placing the plant in the hole it will not be necessary to place any type of fertilizer, since the new roots will be very weak and can be burned by their components.

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<p style=After two weeks of planting the rose bushes you can start fertilizing with some nitrogen product. The fertilizer should be placed on the surface and removed from the trunk. If the development looks weak, the operation should be repeated once a month in the spring and summer. In the winter a compound chemical fertilizer can be used.

During the months of being performed when the sap remains at rest, during the winter months. This task is very important for rose bushes, as they allow you to rejuvenate and look prettier.

Pruning will give your roses an aspect of rejuvenation resuming a great bloom full of colors and strength. When you can to your plants you will have to remove all the old and weaker branches, leaving only three or four vigorous branches with a maximum length of 14 centimeters.

To make the cuts the position of the yolks should be taken into account, the yolk that is in the upper end is the one that will provide a new branch. It is essential that during the flowering season those old flowers are removed when they begin to lose the petals since this will prevent the depletion of the plant, prolonging the flowering time.

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