Rose Bush - natural soil foods

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Vicki H

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In case you all were not aware of this already, I thought I would post it for those who have rose bushes.

I have four rose bushes...two of them are..... .... drum roll.......35 years Old!!

When they bloom this summer, I'll post pics.

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Rose Bushes

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How to Make Rose Bush - natural soil foods

Step-by-Step

  1. Banana peels provide your rose bush the needed potassium. Chop them up and mix into the soil.
  2. Used Coffee and Tea grounds - Roses, as well as Azaelia, thrive on more acidic soil. The coffee and tea is an inexpensive way to help them. Spread the grounds into the surface of the soil around the main bush trunk/branch.
  3. Egg Shells - roses need calcium as well. But before you crush up those egg shells, be sure to microwave them first for 15 seconds to kill any impurities. Crush them after cooling.

    Mix into soil.

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About Rose Bush - natural soil foods

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy



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