Proper Maintenance is Imperative for a Healthy Rose Garden.
Not all growth is good growth. Knowing what to cut out and what to cut back can be tricky and there is only so much growth hormone to go around. Deliberate and careful pruning maximizes what the plant can produce.
Deadheading is another way to keep a rose bush healthy. Not only does it promote new growth and more blooms, but it also goes a long way in prevention of insects and diseases.
The third component in maintenance is weed control. Weeds are not only unsightly, but they also steal nutrients and moisture from the other plants in the garden. An aggressive plan of attack to prevent and eliminate weeds is absolutely necessary for any healthy garden. This is accomplished by deploying the proper pre-emergent herbicides, manual elimination, and post-emergent herbicides.
It can take an exorbitant amount of time and energy to properly maintain a rose garden. When you call the Rose Doctor, we take care of everything at the frequency that you desire. For some, that frequency is weekly. For others, it may be biweekly or monthly.
If you’re anywhere in Greater Cincinnati, including Northern Kentucky, the Rose Doctor will meet you to provide a free consultation for maintaining your roses.