To make sure they go through the winter well and come back strong the following spring, there are a few things to do and keep in mind when preparing roses for winter. This article will help with that.

Mini Rose Bush Care: Fertilize in early spring, after last & after pruning. Use an even 10-10-10 or 12-12-12 ratio at 1/2 recommended strength every 3 weeks. If outside give more fertilizer: (photosynthesis in direct sunlight). Use high phosphorus fertilizer 2 weeks after 1st leaf buds emerge. Outside: 6 weeks before 1st frost, stop fertilizer & reduce water. If temp below 0, add 1-2" mulch to base. Inside: they need a cool/cold period so they rest. Prune: mid-winter/early spring

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Growing Roses In Containers adds great summer color to your patio year after year. Learn how to grow roses and taking care of them in pots. Growing roses in pots is easier than you might think. Learn all about pruning and fertilizing your roses in containers.

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How to prune roses - Best site I've seen on rose pruning - includes all types of roses and everything you need to know about pruning, - even a section about fall pruning. "Proper pruning improves the health of your rose bush, prevents disease and encourages better flowering..."

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You can't just dig up and replant a rose without taking steps to ensure its survival. A step-by-step tutorial with tons of pictures. I'm moving a bunch of roses this spring. I love this blog.

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knockout-rose. prune early spring by 1/3, angled cuts, keeping overall shape in mind. fertilize after pruning, them again in June and July. never after August so roses can prepare for dormancy.

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