Select Page

My roses grow but never bloom

Most roses require a fair amount of sunlight each day. Additionally, they like to be watered regularly. We like to fertilize our roses once a month during the bloom season. If your rose bushes look healthy, but have no blooms, you might try fertilizing, if you aren’t already doing that. If the bush is getting 6 or more hours of sunlight and plenty of water, consider getting a soil analysis.