WE HOPE YOU FEEL, A LITTLE MORE LIKE A PRO, AT THE END OF EACH SEASON

ROSES

PREPARING

PRUNING

REMEMBER:

ROSES LOVE FERTILIZER

If you are preparing a spot for a newly planted rose, make sure you prepare the soil well.  Dig the hole 18" deep and add 2 ice cream buckets full of our mushroom compost. Work in well and plant your rose.  Water well and add a 4" layer of our double shredded mulch.  Roses need fertilizer every year, they are heavy feeders. 

​DIANE'S

Pruning roses...so many questions.

I like to prune my roses in the fall, because I don't have time in the spring.  You will not kill your roses, if you prune them. 

Cut back roses 12" from the ground, this way you can control their height. If you want taller roses, don't prune them. If there are any branches that did not make it through the winter, cut them back .


​GREENHOUSE