- Rose Care
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The Rose bundle provides you with two products, favoured by professional rose growers, to prevent black spot and powdery mildew, and promote health for the complete growing season.
Roses are susceptible to black spot and powdery mildew, they are hungry feeders and are particular in their dietary requirements. Our bundle includes Sulphur Rose which is an effective tonic to combat both black spot and powdery mildew while our NutraRose Micro is a specialist rose fertiliser to help achieve the correct acidity and promote strong growth. The bundle caters for up to 20 rose plants across the whole growing season.
Rose Bundle includes
1 x 250 grams Sulphur Rose
1 x 1kg NutraRose Micro
Roses are very hungry feeders and particular in their dietary requirements, so make sure you feed them with a specific rose fertiliser that contains all the nutrients they need for a long happy healthy life. A fertiliser with added sulphur helps to maintain or slightly increase soil acidity and strengthens the plant's growth, ensuring they are less susceptible to disease and other problems.
NutraRose Micro contains the perfect balance of nutrients with a high potash content for masses of colourful flowers - Apply at 42 grams per sq metre and 1kg will treat 20 roses.
Sulphur is the natural enemy of blackspot and powdery mildew. In times when sulphur dioxide was present in the atmosphere, as a result of coal-burning and industrial pollution blackspot was unknown. Applying Sulphur Rose will ensure your roses remain healthy and produce a fabulous display of flowers all summer long. Apply year-round on a monthly basis to the stems, foliage and surrounding soil. Sulphur Rose is non-chemical so safe for the environment, pets, wildlife and especially Bees.
The Rose bundle provides you with all the essential requirements to maintain your roses for the complete growing season.
11 May 2022
A rose is the best plant in the garden or are we biased!? Quality rose plants can be expensive to purchase and require a bit of TLC to ensure they look their best. Rose care starts from the beginning, with a well-drained compost or soil, positioned in a sunny spot. We may water on a regular basis but how often is feeding roses forgotten?