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.

How much sunlight do roses need?

Roses need six hours of full sun daily to ensure hardy growth and prolific blooms. This does not mean that you cannot grow roses in a location that gets less than six hours of full sun. Indeed, many roses have been bred to withstand some shade. However, for the best...