Grovida Rose Fertilizer 8:1:8. (32)

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Used on roses and flowering plants. Encourages larger blooms.

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Start fertilizing when the first leaves appear and there is no more danger of severe spring frosts. After that, the fertilization schedule should be based on how long and how often the rose is blooming. A rule of thumb is to fertilize after each bloom cycle but to gradually reduce the amount of fertilizer by half each time. Stop fertilizing six to eight weeks before the first average frost date in your area.

The reason behind this is that you don’t want the plant to produce a lot of soft new growth late in the summer that will be damaged by cold weather in the fall and winter. After the roses have gone dormant, you can fertilize them again. Adding fertilizer will not harm the plants at this point but will get them ready for the next spring.

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