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Without involving any form of miracle, your rosebushes can bloom every six weeks, over and over from spring all through the middle of fall, with just some simple and little steps every month.

There are only three steps to a guaranteed rose blooming, which are pruning, water, and fertilizer.

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Dead-heading Your Roses

One of the most important factors of keeping your rose bush blooming every month and healthy is dead heading. Instead of just letting them fall off by themselves, dead-heading will give your new rose blooms in a quicker way. There is a particular way of how this is supposed to be done, search down below the stem for a cluster of about five leaves and then cut there. It should be done at a 45-degree angle, about th inch over the cluster of five leaves.

Monthly Feeding With Fertilizer

After you have properly cut off the old flowers, what you will be required to do next is fertilization. Roses are referred to as heavy feeders, which imply that they need much food, and that food is fertilizer.

Instead of just fertilizing the roses during the springs, you should give them food more often. It is always recommended to alternate granular products with water-soluble or liquid fertilizers as a way of rose care.

This is because granular fertilizers have slow acting but long lasting effects, while the water-soluble will provide you with fast results but do not stay long.


Roses also require a regular and ample water supply. They will need water as much as they need food. When you are growing roses, you may be lucky to get water from the rainfall, but if this fails, then you will have to provide it. The best way to do this is by drip irrigation at the base or soaker hose. It is also possible to do the watering by hand, and this you should do at least once or twice in a week, especially when there is no rainfall.

Lot Of Sun

There are some areas with sweltering summers, where roses will bloom less often, or ultimately fails. For those who are growing roses in those regions, you should not be giving your roses fertilizers when there is no water, and the weather is hot.

Summer Roses