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by Elfinone on May 05, 2005 11:06 PM
is it true that you should not start to fertilize a beginning rose bush til the shoots are 6 inches long? I have three brand new ones, they are a week into the ground, is that true?
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by JV on May 07, 2005 03:00 AM
Elfinone:
I always fertilize when I plant a Rose I use organic fertilizer doesnt have to be heavy as you dont want to burn them. Hope this helps. [wayey]

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by Elfinone on May 09, 2005 05:51 AM
Yes JV, it helps a ton. I have no clue at what to do with roses. these are my first ever, so I will go out and get some tomorrow and start it straight away.
Thank you so much for answering!.
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