How to care for roses so that they bloom densely

Do you like rose gardening? How to care for rose plants so that they can produce dense flowers? Gardens and yards will look more beautiful if the roses that we plant break the crown.




However, we often encounter roses that we plant only produce dense leaves without blooming flower decorations.


Even though all the care, from watering to fertilizing has been done. However, the roses that we maintain only produce rare flowers. Then, how to care for roses so that they flower diligently?


Well, in this article, we will describe various tips and ways so that the roses that we plant in the yard or in pots can flower properly.


How to Care for Roses


The steps that need to be taken in the maintenance of rose plants include watering, fertilizing, ZPT application, to trimming and playing classical music.


1. Plant Watering


The main thing that needs to be done in the cultivation of floris, including roses, is the process of watering. Apart from being the main source of the needs of plant biological processes, watering also plays an important role in accelerating the dissolution of nutrients that will be absorbed by the rose roots and also regulating the surrounding air conditions. Like most other flower plants, regular watering is done twice a day, namely in the morning (between 7-9) and in the afternoon (between 4-6 hours).



The amount of water that is poured or drained depends on the level of wetness of the soil and also the age of the rose plant. During the rainy season, watering activities are carried out according to circumstances, especially roses planted directly in the yard (garden).


Make sure the water used for rinsing is clean water. You can also use the water left over from washing rice when cooking rice. Rice washing water can increase the biological fertility of the soil around the area where roses grow.


Don't water your roses until the water has pooled in the pot or container. The way to water it is through the soil. Rose leaves are very susceptible to drying when exposed to water. Roses that are often watered through the leaves will be more susceptible to fungus.


2. Weeding and Weed Control


Rose plants will be diligent in flowering if the nutritional intake is adequate. Therefore, we must as often as possible eradicate various nuisance plants (weeds) that grow around the rose plant area.


Weeds, such as grasses and shrubs, must be pulled up by the roots so as not to compete to reduce the ration of nutrients that roses absorb. This weeding activity can be done every 3 days or once a week, and is best done before you fertilize your roses.


3. Fertilizing Roses


Fertilization is the process of improving plant quality by adding various nutrients, either through the soil or directly by spraying. Fertilization activities should be carried out after weeds and other parasitic plants have been removed. Fertilization of roses can be done every 2 weeks by using a compound fertilizer in the form of NPK Mutiara with a dose of 20 grains per plant.


Pearl NPK fertilizer is a type of compound fertilizer that contains 5 micro and macro nutrients. The nutrients contained include nitrogen (16%), phosphorus (16%), magnesium (0.5%), calcium (6%) and potassium (16%). Besides being able to help plants to stimulate flowering, it can also increase the fertility of leaf growth and plant immunity to disease.


4. ZPT Application


ZPT (Growth Regulating Substances) or also called plant hormones (phytohormones) are non-nutrient organic compounds that have an important role for plant growth and development. So that the roses that you maintain can flower more densely and quickly, you can also apply a growth regulator to stimulate flowering. Plants are able to produce their own PGR (endogenous) to influence their growth.


In addition, plants can also be influenced by hormones from outside (exogenous). Exogenous hormones are man-made synthetic chemicals that have the same role as endogenous hormones. Examples of ZPT that can be sprayed are Gandasil B fertilizer or flower yield multiplier. This fertilizer is rich in potassium, a substance that can stimulate flower formation.


5. Radiation (Light Intensity)


Sunlight is an important part in the metabolic process of plants which is generally used as a medium for photosynthesis. Sunlight can stimulate flowering (floration). Many people think that sunlight on rose plants is not very important. Even though this is an important point that makes roses more diligent in flowering with good quality.

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