Irrigation is critical in Cincinnati. When the Spring rains hit it's great. But there's a point in July or August where the rain stops, they might get a
half inch of rain in 2 or 3 months. So, without a backup you can't get the beds to look good. It's a very inexpensive insurance policy. They don't like
to irrigate to just water, they water very carefully. This is a very intelligent use of water.
By Heirloom Roses
Photographs courtesy of Heirloom Roses
Getting your roses ready for winter involves more than just covering them with mulch. If you care for your roses well in the fall, they will have a head start for successful growth in the spring.
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