How to Prune Miniature Rose Bushes : Gardening Advice

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November 29, 2012

YsahsCreativeHobbies @ 8:06 am #

i love rose..i wish i have my own garden

April 9, 2013

Peri Twinkle @ 9:52 pm #

I’m sorry, but this is not helpful because I couldn’t even see WHERE you cut the spent bloom which I thought was the purpose of the video.

May 6, 2013

JoyUsGarden @ 1:25 pm #

Sorry about that – the filmaker obviously didn’t zoom in at the right angle.

JoyUsGarden @ 1:27 pm #

These miniature roses are great even if you don’t have a garden. They are well suited to a deck or patio.

May 23, 2013

graphicq8 @ 2:05 pm #

Thank you for this video .. I Just wanted to ask you..
I bought one 3 days ago and it’s dying already ! 🙁
It’s by the window and getting like 2 hours of sun everyday ..
but how much water do i put ? should I soak it or 1 glass is enough ?

June 4, 2013

JoyUsGarden @ 6:05 pm #

You can grow these mini roses inside – they won’t last forever but if they’re in the right environment, they’ll stay in flower for awhile.

JoyUsGarden @ 6:09 pm #

Sounds like it’s not getting enough light & too much water. Remember, roses like at leaset 6 hours of sun outdoors. Many times these little roses are stressed by the time they reach your home. Give it lots of light & water it before it goes completely dry. Soak it through & let the water drain out.

June 9, 2013

PRETYxz @ 9:58 am #

I noticed that the mini rose is in a small container. Is it necessary to re pot it soon? I dont know anything about mini roses, but doesnt the roots need more space? And one more question, is there any difference to the plant if you plant it in the ground? Thanks 🙂

July 1, 2013

JoyUsGarden @ 1:46 pm #

Roses need at least 6 hours of sun a day graphicq8. They don’t like to dry out but then again they don’t like to sit in water. Every week should do it, twice if you’re house is really hot. 1 glass should be fine – just let it drain through.

JoyUsGarden @ 1:52 pm #

Most of the mini roses are hothouse grown & are generally potbound. Yes, they should be transplanted soon after you buy them. If you keep it indoors, it will most likely never bloom like it did when you bought it. They can go in the ground but some are not strong plants as they’re grown for their flowers. I’ve had good luck with some of them though.

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