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Last post 07-29-2011 4:54 PM by The Oldrosarian. 4 replies.
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  • 03-26-2010 9:32 AM

    • tommy
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    container roses

    I just planted hybrid tea roses in large containers.  What fertilizer should i use and how often?

  • 03-28-2010 9:52 PM In reply to

    • sal
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    Re: container roses

    You can use any of the many types of rose fertilizer, granular or liquid. Just follow the instructions on the box or bottle. Better to use less than too much fertilizer. Do some reading on this site since it has a few good fertilizer articles.

  • 02-13-2011 10:46 AM In reply to

    Re: container roses

    hai tommy,the amount of soil in containers is restricted so use liquid fetilizer on fortnightly basises.roses love old manure of cow.feed them with well rotted manure after every 3 monts.only sprikle a thin layer.feed ur roses with npk liquid fertilizer.it provides all essential nutints to ur roses.in winter move ur roses indoors.enjoy roses this spring the queen of all flowers.bye

  • 03-31-2011 11:20 PM In reply to

    Re: container roses

    right on umar! cow manure really does the trick. It's actually better that other rose fertilizers that can sometimes be expensive. and don't worry about the smell, when it's all dry, it's not that bad.
  • 07-29-2011 4:54 PM In reply to

    Re: container roses

    Commercial growers use a slow release fertilizer that lasts all season long. Osmocote 14-14-14 is a good one and releases a little nutrient every time you water.
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