continental : They prefer locations where they can receive direct sunlight for at least few hours.
alpine : It is advisable to place these plants in a very bright location, exposed to direct sunlight.
mediterranean : Place these plants in a very bright location, possibly exposed to direct sunlight.
Fertilization Rosa : At the end of winter bury an organic fertilizer at the base of the plant, or a slow-release granular fertilizer, we can intervene again at the end of summer. Acidophil plants may need 2-3 supplies of greening fertilizer during the year, every 3-4 months.Watering Rosa
continental : It is advisable to water regularly, specially during the hottest months of the year, avoiding to leave the soil dry for very long periods; the Rosa like slightly humid substrates all year long. In autumn and winter you can avoid watering, or intervene during warmest days only.
alpine : Try to keep a mostly humid soil, remember to water generously specially in summer; we can avoid watering during the cold season, or decrease waterings, intervening only in case of long duration drought.
mediterranean : Water the Rosa rather regularly from March to October, always allowing the soil to dry out well between two waterings. Avoid water excesses or stagnating water; during the cold season waterings can be decreased or suspended.
Treatments Rosa : When spring starts we can apply a sulphur fungicide treatment; the other treatments will be applied only in case the parasites are on the plants. Avoid the use of any treatments on the plants during bloom, which can injure the bees.