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It can take a few years to establish rose bushes. Pruning and feeding them correctly will help produce beautiful flowers. This guide is about rose bush never blooms.
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July 20, 2009

Why won't my rose bush produce roses? The bush comes back very hardy every year, but it fails to have any blooms on it.

Hardiness Zone: 6b

By Sandy from KY

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July 20, 20092 found this helpful

Please stay away from Miracle Gro, Ortho and all those leaf-growth enhancers. You need bone meal, good compost and some Epsom salt. Mine bloom like maniacs and that is all I use! And to control aphids and pests, a simple diluted solution of 10% Murphy's Oil (vegetable based soap) will suffocate them and allow your flowers to bloom. Good luck.

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August 2, 20091 found this helpful

Dig a little 2 or 3-inch deep trench around your rose bushes & add Epsom salts--cover salts back up with soil & keep watered. Rose bushes take a LOT of water in order to keep blooming. Unfortunately, most won't bloom once the weather gets too hot--but keep watering anyway.

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August 5, 20090 found this helpful

What is the ratio of bone meal,compost and epsom salt Is this good for all flowering plants?

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September 11, 20090 found this helpful

Sun Sun Sun I even say it to my neighbors I often see many nice growing roses planted in a spot where the sun just isnt enough ALL roses need at least 6 hours eight is better and even more is ideal. Early day sun is better than mid day - late day sun but in a nut shell the more sun you give a rose the better

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As mentioned Epsom Salt is a help but if you already have Magnesium in your soil adding it wont help or hurt try finding a new site that provides at least 7 - 8 hours of sun and prep that area for transplanting your non flowering rose utilize a fertilizer that has N-P-H of a 1-2-1 balance
Example 5-10-5 and feed the soil once a month during the growing season and READ the label for proper use when it comes to ferts. Over feeding can be harmfull and yes go orgainc Mulch and water on a routine schedule.

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By 0 found this helpful
May 12, 2011

My rose bush (yellow) is quite large, yet it only has one bud! The canes are continuing to grow. I water and feed the beautiful tall bush. My question: If I trim the tall canes from the top, will the rose bush begin to bud?

By Snapdragon from Washington, DC

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May 12, 20110 found this helpful

I have rose bushes with long canes; and they don't bloom until a little later in the season. That said, I never hesitate to prune them back.

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I would not give up on the idea of flowers until you give it some more time this season. Some bushes bloom all summer, some only have a (relatively) short period of bloom.

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May 8, 20110 found this helpful

I took advice from a person to cut a long stem off a rose bush and plant into the ground to make a new bush. She said her sister does this all the time and gets new roses. Well I did this and the plant is growing well, but so far no blooms on it. It has been 2 summers ago. Any ideas?

By Connie M. from Adrian, PA

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May 16, 20110 found this helpful

Don't give up on them. I planted several stems from my Lagerfeld rose and it took 3 years for them to get enough root base to bloom. This is the third year and they are blooming like crazy!

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