Q.I Have 30 Plus Rose Plants, Not Much Flowering After The ‘show’ In The Spring.
I know I have a deer problem in 2 beds. Put a fence around the veggie garden and 1 rose bed. Going to do the aluminum pie plate on old hockey sticks in 2 back beds, used the deer spray this year but they still ate the new buds. The roses in front were outstanding, thought they were shy on sunshine but I guess not. Do you have any fertilization recommendations for winter? pic 41-deer diner, pic 40 veggie and rose new mid summer, pic 45-too shady, pic 46-front thought too shady but fine
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You don't need to fertilize your outdoor plants in winter as most of them are dormant, as are roses. The article below says to fertilize roses three times in spring/summer.