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For Big, Bold, Beautiful Blooms

ROSEGAIN® Rose Plant FoodRosegain® provides power-packed quality, beginning at the plants roots; providing heightened growing power to create healthy blooms. Our slow-release mix is specially formulated to promote bigger blooms, nutrient healthy stems and vigorous plant growth of roses, some perennials, and some annuals.

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8 Ways to Help Your Roses Bloom

Roses are among the most well-loved blooms in the world. There’s a rose fit for every occasion. If you want to try your hand at finally growing them in your own backyard or want to start a gorgeous rose garden, here are 8 practical and helpful tips you need to know about rose plant care to make your blooms grow:

  1. Roses need plenty of sun to bloom. They need to have at least six hours of sun every single day. No sun means no blooms. So don’t leave them under a shade.
  2. Loose, well-drained soil is ideal for growing roses. If you aren’t quite sure what kind you have, easy enough to have a soil test done. This should help you with your planting as well.
  3. When choosing what type of rose fertilizer, consider the age of your roses. Granular fertilizers are a good fit for mature bushes to process, giving your plant growth a boost.
  4. Make sure you water your roses often. If you planted them on a sunny, summer day, they’ll need more water to survive, especially during the first few weeks.
  5. Know when to fertilize your blooms. After pruning your bushes, wait 2 to 3 weeks have passed. That’s the best time to apply your fertilizers, providing your rose with an excellent food source.
  6. Apply fertilizers once a month after that. Follow the instructions on the package so you won’t end up burning your plants with mega-doses of fertilizer. Too much of a good thing can slow down your plant growth instead of helping it along.
  7. Plant it in an accessible spot. You’ll want to make sure you keep an eye on these plants. They need a lot of attention and care so best to put them where you can easily check for burns or other growth problems.
  8. Get the right kind of fertilizer. Make sure you buy one specially formulated for roses. This helps ensure the right mix of nutrients for your blooms. Opting for other kinds of fertilizers that might not be especially designed for roses can hurt your blooms or soil.

With plenty of patience, you’ll have those roses blooming in no time. For more fertilizer choices, visit us at Bougainvillea Growers International (BGI) Fertilizers!