“Summer na pala? Ang bilis naman ng o-rose!”
'Summer Rose' is a fast-growing shrub with a height and spread of 2.0 x 1.8m.
How to care for your Summer Rose? #alaminsahalamanin
This will tell you a general guide and additional tips that your plant needs to help it grow.
Water - In hot, dry weather, you'll need to water your roses. Weather conditions and soil type influence the amount and frequency of watering. A good soaking every two weeks should suffice in most garden settings. A soaking depth of 10 to 12 inches is recommended for the soil. Directly on the soil, pour the water. Watering from above wets the leaves, which can lead to disease outbreaks. If watering from above is necessary, the ideal time to water is in the morning. The foliage dries quickly as a result.
Pruning - To conserve the plant's energy and encourage repeat blooming, spent flowers must be removed. Deadheading roses during their initial growing season is different from deadheading established roses. It is normally suggested that the faded bloom be removed above the uppermost 3-leaflet leaf on a newly planted rose. The removal of a big amount of leaves diminishes the plant's ability to produce food and may weaken it. The stem of an established rose can be cut back to a 5-leaflet leaf while deadheading. On each branch, keep at least two 5-leaflet leaves. Remove fading flowers using sharp instruments (hand shears or knife).
Controlling Pests and Diseases - During the summer, maintain a strong spray program to manage insect and disease pests. Halamanin also offers some insecticides. During rainy seasons, disease problems are at their worst. Prevention is the key to disease control. To avoid disease infection, spray both the upper and lower leaf surfaces.
NOTE - The plant in the photo may not be the exact same as every other plant because each plant is distinctive in its own way, but rest assured that we will give you healthy and beautiful plants.