Indian marigold and tuberoses are all set to give a tough competition to roses in the floriculture export business.
Rose flowers are believed to be the top most of floriculture but farmers are trying to compete with roses and grow marigold and tuberoses to attract huge demand in the near future from international market.
Gardening is fun and easy if you take certain measures and plan for proper growth of plants. You can plan and create a rose garden of your own that will take away the stress of your day with its beauty.
The rose garden that you love and admire so much can be yours if you follow few easy steps in planning and in raising your roses.
Here are few tips for rose gardening
The rose garden ultimately is a get away for you and your thoughts any time of the day. One important thing to remember is that rose flower love sunshine, so you have to take care that you grow the rose plants only in full sun areas.
If you have a partially shaded area where you want to grow new rose bushes, you may have to consider moving your plants to where the roses will receive at least six hours of sun a day or more.
The other important thing to remember is to have plenty of water for the growth of rose flowers. You will need to water your roses at least once a week as your rose establishes itself.
Rose plants usually require severe pruning, which must be adapted to the intended use of flowers. Trim off all broken and bruised roots on the rose plant, cut top growth back to 6 to 8 inches.
Clay soils, warm temperatures are always preferred and the rose plants grow the best when not set among the others.
The soil that you plant your rose in does need to drain well because the rose bush will not thrive in the moist area all the time. Refraining from planting your rose in an area that fills with puddles will aid in your successful flower rose garden.
Care for your rose garden
For a perfect growth of rose flowers, cow manure is the preferred fertilizer, but other organic fertilizers and especially composts are also used. Provide a balanced diet to your roses.
The fertilizers should be used particularly while active growing and blooming stage to enhance the vigor of blooming in your roses.
Mulching is also needed during summer to take care and helps to eliminate weeds among rose plants. In the winter, mulching with straw and peat moss is advisable.
Disease related to Rose flowers
Roses are subject to several diseases. The most serious is rose rust. This disease is caused due to fungus formation. Fungal diseases are best solved by a preventive fungicidal spray program rather than trying to cure an infection after it is visible.
Following simple tips, you can grow rose flowers successfully where ever you like to.