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Roses are seriously some of the prettiest flowers on earth! A super dreamy flower, symbolizing love or celebrations. They are always the most popular bouquet to give to someone too!
What I love most about roses is how unexpected their blooms actually are. The plant itself isn’t that pretty. The leaves are scarce and the stem is full of thorns, but the flower is unsurpassed!
I started out growing roses nine years ago now in a pot on my balcony in California. It grew about three or four foot tall and made the biggest, most beautiful blooms. I was so proud of that plant! When we moved back to Texas, it made it through one winter, then died. Our weather is way more harsh than it was in California. Since then, I have grown them in all types of pots and I have them all over my yard.
I have found some really great chemist tips over the years that really keep your roses looking healthy, vivid, and continually blooming all season. I was lucky enough to study horticulture in college which really helped me pick up some tips. Growing flowers is definitely a science!
P.S – Don’t have a yard? No problem, these work for potted plants too! Be sure to check out my patio/container tab for more inspiration!
Here are my Chemist Solutions: Six Tips for Making Your Rose Blooms Big, Beautiful, and Healthy All Season Long.