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How long does it take for a rose bush to grow any roses?

I planted 3 rose bushes about 3 weeks ago. And there are still no roses on any of them. How long will it take before I see any roses?

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2 Responses to “How long does it take for a rose bush to grow any roses?”

  1. Jim W on May 5th, 2010 9:26 pm

    Transplant shock and the need to grow a good root system will be what the roses will be doing for most of this season. Lots of good care like ferrtilizer and water will help. Also prune the &%$^(* out of them. I would expect to see blossoms late this fall or next season, anything earlier is an extra.

  2. MK on May 5th, 2010 10:18 pm

    You will see them soon. Just make sure you care them properly.

    It’s important to give your roses plenty of water. Roses are very thirsty flowers, and it’s important to make sure you always saturate your roses when watering. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that sprinkling your rose bush with the house for five minutes a day is sufficient. Take the time to soak the soil around your rose bush thoroughly, so that the water can seep down deep into the soil and supply plenty of water for your roses to drink.

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