No Blooms on Rose Bushes

Anonymous added on September 29, 2011 | Answered

My rose bushes didn't bloom this year at all and very little last year. They are not that old. What can I do to help them bloom for next year?

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Answered on October 3, 2011

Here is a link for you to an article I wrote for Gardening Know How on this subject. Be sure the top of the rose has not died and the root stock taken over, this can happen and sometimes the rootstock sends up shoots that do not bloom at all or for a couple years. They will not be the same color or as pretty as the top part of the rose that is the desired rose, this applies to grafted rosebushes only. Link:

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