Watering a white rose bush
White roses are very versatile when they reach maturity, but are very fragile in the first two years. That’s why you need to properly take care of them. One important thing is the watering.
To be exact, white rose bushes need one inch of water per week. If the plant is located in a moist area, or your home is located in a rainy region, you won’t even need to water it. You can measure the rainfall by using a rain gauge.
Just use a can and water the plant slowly. Let the soil absorb the water.
Avoid watering the roses during the extreme cold temperatures. You need to cover them in burlap sacks to help them survive the extreme temperatures. You can also use anti-fungal chemicals and pesticides regularly to prevent fungus from appearing on the leafs.
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