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Rosa hybrid 'Fourth of July, Cl.'

Climbing Forth of July Rose

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This is my ORGANIC ROSE CARE Calendar for Southern California. Feel free to use it! Click the link below to read more about caring for roses.No14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 7, 8, 910a, 10b, 11, 9a, 9b
As a group, roses are the most popular shrubs of all in temperate climates worldwide. California is a great place to grow roses, especially because of its mild-winter climates, where some roses seem to always be in bloom. "Roses" is a big category, and there are many different kinds. In general, all roses like sun, good soil, good air circulation, and regular water and fertilizer. Since they bloom on new growth, they also need a certain amount of pruning in order to produce the most flowers -- but it's probably true that most people prune their roses too heavily. Mostly, it's the cut-flower "hybrid teas" that need a seasonal pruning -- the many popular shrubby landscape roses generally don't need much cutting back. And even with the hybrid teas, consider that when you cut your blooms for bouquets, you're really accomplishing your pruning chores at the same time. Just remember that a big shrub produces more flowers, so do give your roses a seasonal haircut with just a little thinning, but don't overdo it (and remember to wear your gardening gloves when you do!). No14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 7, 8, 910a, 10b, 11, 9a, 9b

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