White roses and their cultivation
If you are interested in white roses, then you can quite grow them in your garden. For example, the Avalanche rose differs in that it stands cut for a long time. The abundance and duration of flowering roses largely depends on weather conditions and their care.
It has long been noticed that in warm spring all varieties of white roses develop much more actively and bloom much earlier. If it is hot outside and precipitation is rare, then caring for roses necessarily includes regular watering.
If we consider the diseases of roses, then these flowers are most often affected by insect pests. Therefore, their absence should be monitored regularly.
Growing a rose
Roses are planted in loose and fertile soil. You need to feed them from the beginning of spring to August. For example, Kemir fertilizer is ideal for feeding roses (at the rate of 1 tablespoon per 1 bucket of water). Moreover, the bucket should be enameled or plastic, not iron or galvanized.
When it comes to organic fertilization, roses love fresh cow dung. It is also bred in a bucket of water and then watered under the root of each bush. Roses, like other wintering plants, there is no point in feeding them in August. At this time, their growth period ends, and the lack of fertilizing will only improve the wintering of the plant.
For the treatment of diseases such as fungi, it is best to use a soap solution made from laundry soap. This method is considered the most reliable and cheapest. But non-communicable diseases of roses, as a rule, are associated with improper care.