Coaxing roses to produce a spectacular floral display is easy if you follow a few simple rules.
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With a bit of care and attention, you can encourage your roses to flower all summer long. Support them, feed and water them regularly, remove spent flowers and watch out for signs of pests and diseases.
Our five tips, below, will ensure your roses put on a show-stopping display.
Deadhead roses regularly. Healthy stems only need the flower head removing, but weak spindly ones need cutting back hard, to encourage new growth. Prune to where stems are at least pencil thick, even if it means removing almost the entire shoot. Watch our video guide to pruning roses.