Roses
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Non blooming rose

Zone Central florida | debbieneller added on June 11, 2015 | Answered

I removed a rose bush and must have left some of the root. A new plant grew and bloomed one cluster. Since then it has not bloomed, but continues to grow. How can I help it bloom?

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roseman
Answered on June 13, 2015

You may not want to. The rose root stock that is growing can become a real monster and take over a garden area. Most of the hardy root stocks used for grafting roses kind of bloom when and if they want to. Here is an article about grafted roses for you. https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/roses/own-root-roses-grafted-roses.htm

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