Saturday Series Get Blooming!


Saturday March 5, 2016

Proper fertilization is essential for beautiful, long-lasting blooms, and a healthy rose is also better equipped to ward off pathogens. During the growing season, we recommend fertilizing your roses every three weeks.

Because granular fertilizers are generally hard for young plants to process, Heirloom Roses recommends the use of a liquid fertilizer during the first growing season to prevent burning of roots. Miniature roses, however, should receive liquid fertilizer for the total duration of their lives.

Follow our easy fertilizing guide here and we’ll help you get growing!