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You can Grow Roses, I show you how!

Want to learn how to grow roses?  I grow tons of roses in a tough environment. I show you how I grow roses easily and successfully.

I have written several garden posts on roses and thought to organize them on one page for your reference.  Love roses?  Then I have you covered here.  How to grow beautiful roses in your garden.

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all about roses, propagate, grow and prune. FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

How to Prune Climbing Roses

My climbers bloom non-stop all summer and provide plenty of height to my gardens.  

Climbers take a bit of a different approach to pruning than bush type but it is still easy to accomplish. CLICK HERE to see how it is done

all about roses, propagate, grow and prune. FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Basics of growing Roses

Roses are Easy to Grow

So many think roses are difficult to grow or take a lot of chemicals to keep. Not so!  I garden organically and I have gorgeous roses every year. CLICK HERE

all about roses, propagate, grow and prune. FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Myths about Roses and what Not to Believe

Ten Rose Care Myths Debunked

Some common misconceptions on growing roses.  I see these all the time on the web and Pinterest. There is a lot of junk out there, so learn the facts and dump the fiction! CLICK HERE

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A great way to grow Roses in Small Spaces

How to Pillar a Rose

An easy way to keep a roses in a tighter space and keep it loaded with blooms too! Great for small gardens. CLICK HERE

I even have a post on building an easy obelisk to attach your roses to.  CLICK HERE to see it.

Rooting Roses Fast and Easy

Air Layering to Root Roses

I LOVE this method of propagating roses.  You get a great size rose that will bloom the very next season unlike cuttings that can sometimes take a couple years to produce flowers. CLICK HERE

You Are the Beholder Inspirational Quote

Rooting Roses a bit Slower but just as successful

Root Roses from Cuttings

Super easy way to root roses for more glorious plants, fast, fun and easy for kids too! FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Though I really love layering for rose propagation I still do take cuttings (slips).  It is easy to get more of what you love with cuttings and it is so low cost.  You will love the beautiful results!  There is something so gratifying in growing a wonderful rose from a little stick. CLICK HERE to give it a try!

What happens if a Rose looks like it is dying?

potted rose with text overlay, How to Save a Dying Rose, Flower Patch Farmhouse

Press here to see the step by step instructions with video on how to save a dying rose or move an established rose at the wrong time of year.  This method works for both situations. 

More All About Roses posts
My Rose Parade
Potting Up Newly Rooted Roses
Pruning Climbers for Optimum Bloom

 

Happy Rose Growing!

 

 


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Paulette Lowe

Monday 2nd of October 2017

Is it too late to propagate roses (I live in central Pennsylvania) My roses are out doing themselves lately. I moved last summer and brought my favorite roses with me. I would like to have more bushes. I have some already started and in the ground. I also have some in pots that have leaves and roots. Should I just put them in the ground now? I love your site, it has been such a help to me. Another question. I recently received a bouquet of flowers that had a lime green zinnia in it. I dried it, can I plant the seeds in the spring and will they grow. I checked on sending for some seeds but the price plus the shipping was a lot. Blessings to you Paulette

Pamela

Monday 2nd of October 2017

You can propagate roses now, you just need more patience for rooting. The canes are harder than earlier in the season but they usually are more hardy as well. The ones in pots may need to get a better root system before putting them out in the ground, but since I really don't know they size of the potted ones I can only guess. I don't know your Zone or how cold your winters get. How long until a hard freeze hits? If you have a few weeks yet, you may be able to put them out in the ground and let the roots get started reaching out but be sure to protect them with a nice heavy mulch. Just don't let the mulch touch the plant. As for the zinnia did it really develop seeds? Usually flowers are cut long before they have developed far enough to create seeds and once cut they do not continue to mature. If it really has seeds just give it a try, you never know what may work and the cost to try is very low. happy gardening!

Mary Coakley

Friday 26th of May 2017

Your roses are just blooming what is your secret? I have black spot on mine every year my clematis have wilt all in all I am so disappointed you garden organically so I was wondering what you feed your roses with that they look gorgeous .

Pamela

Saturday 27th of May 2017

I feed my roses my composted chicken manure, I give them buckets full in the Fall. Over the Spring and Summer I use worm castings and a combo liquid fertilizer of Liquid Seaweed and Fish Fertilizer. I should write that in my post and attach links. Thanks for the reminder.

Pamela

Saturday 27th of May 2017

I have found in recent years that I can keep black spot to a minimum by denuding my roses of all leaves in late Fall when I prune them and I spray the canes with a product called Green Cure, it is an organic fungicide. Black spot spores can overwinter on the canes and infect new leaves if not treated. I have not had to do this in years but I still remove all leaves in the late Fall of all my roses, which can also harbor the spores.

For your clematis here is an article you may find helpful. CLEMATIS WILT

Mrs M Fountain

Friday 26th of May 2017

How and when do I prune rose bushes?

Pamela

Friday 26th of May 2017

It depends on a few factors. What kind of rose? hybrid tea, climbing, heirloom or ground cover. If you are cutting out dead or diseased wood, you can prune anytime. Here is a link to a more in depth look at pruning all sorts of roses and why you are pruning them. Pruning Roses

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