Rose - the "queen of flowers" is a perennial plant that is valued not only for its extraordinary amazing flowers but also for the delicious aroma that old varieties of English roses possess. They are time-tested. They bloom all season, with a short break, after each flowering.
But, if you follow the rules for the care of roses, then this small "rest" of the plant is not noticeable. You need regular watering, fertilizing, both organic and mineral fertilizers, and spraying from fungal diseases. If it is well watered and fed in time, then the plants will not often get sick. Spraying should be regular and preventative.
"Rose child of dung" doesn't sound very pretty, but it's very accurate. In the planting pit, humus, ash, and compost are necessarily added. In the spring, fertilizing with a full mineral fertilizer is necessary. After each watering, it is necessary to loosen the trunk circle or mulch the roots of the plant. On sale, there are three varieties of bush (semi-leafy) roses: "Westerland", "Polka", "New Dawn".
"Westerland" bush 1.5 m high and 1.5 m wide with orange large double flowers with a strong aroma. Flowering is abundant and long-lasting.
"Shelf" bush 2 m high and 1.5 m wide with large light apricot flowers. The flower is 12 cm in diameter, with 20-25 "tightly beaten" petals. The fragrance resembles the smell of French perfume.
"New Dawn" bush 2 m high and 3 m wide with soft pink double flowers and the aroma of fresh apples.
All three varieties are frost-resistant. Pruning and shelter for the winter are not required if you plant them in a place protected from strong winds. In the case of a frosty, snowless winter, the branches may freeze, but they quickly recover. These roses are root-related and "wild" shoots do not form.
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