How to Grow Container Roses.
Growing rosesin containers means you can easily transport them from place to place, and they add beautyand fragrance to any home or garden.
You will need A plastic or clay container Artificialsoil A rose Water Fish emulsion fertilizer or Epsom salt and sunlight.
Choosea plastic or clay container with good drainage and adequate room for root growth.
Choosea 16-inch or larger container to reduce watering and heat build-up problems.
Fill thecontainer two-thirds full with artificial soil.
Place the rose over the artificialsoil and fill the area around it with more soil.
The bud onion should be level with thesoil line.
Water the rose until water comes out of the bottom of the pot.
Waterevery day or every other day, keeping the soil damp.
Spot-check for dryness by insertinga finger an inch into the soil.
If the soil is dry, you need to water your rose.
Feed your rose with fish emulsion fertilizer or Epsom salt once a week to produce substantialblossoms.
Place your rose container where it will get a minimum of 7 hours sunlighta day.
Show off your beautiful container roses to neighbors, friends, and family.
Didyou know According to fossil evidence, the rose is 35 million years old.