Mills, Ted
May 2009
American Rose;May/Jun2009, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p82
The article addresses several issues in rose growing. According to the author, the planting location should provide at least six hours of sunlight and has a good drainage. He says that the soil should be nourished with composted materials and organics and there must be an ample root space. He also stresses that it is wrong to assume that no additional feeding is needed when the bushes were already given an initial time-release fertilizer.


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