Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

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How to water rose bushes

Rose bushes need well-drained soil to bloom, but that does not mean they do not need water. Regular watering is particularly important as rose bushes are rooting in the ornamental garden with new roots. Rose bushes are quite resistant to drought after the first growing season.

For the first 2 months after planting the first rose bush, water the plant deeply and thoroughly with a hose 2 or 3 times a week. However, if you insert your finger into the ground and the top 2 inches remain moist, wait a few days.

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For the rest of the first growing season, water completely a couple of times a week. When the plants are ingrained, you only have to water the roses in drought conditions. If the leaves become grayish or start to curl, plants need water.

Every time you water, avoid water falling directly on the leaves (which is an invitation to diseases) by directing the stream of water to the roots of each plant.

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