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Creating a beautiful landscape often includes flowering ornamental shrubs and roses. The beauty these flowers bring will usually come with extra maintenance, and it is important to be aware of what roses and flowers need to thrive. Knowing how to care for roses and how to care for flowers will make it much easier for them to thrive, since you will know what to look for and how to combat any problems. Let us help you become an expert on how to grow roses.
Roses and ornamental flowers need to be planted according to your climate. Most roses and ornamental flowers can be planted in the early spring before plants have begun to sprout leaves and the ground is not frozen. Roses need full sun, especially when plants are young. For both roses and flowers, the variety you choose will determine how, where, and when to plant roses and flowers. You can contact your local extension office for tips on planting.
Caring for roses and other flower bushes generally require five key aspects of care in order to thrive. Watering, fertilizing, mulching, pruning, and pest and disease management are crucial to the health of your landscape flowers.
Additional information: Our Rose Garden – University of Illinois Extension