Your roses need the very best to flourish and that’s why we’ve created Westland Rose Food, containing the key nutrients roses need to produce a fantastic show of beautiful blooms. Gardeners have long known that roses love horse manure and now there’s a simple, mess-free way to reap the benefits by using Westland Rose Food.
Benefits of adding horse manure
Incorporating organic matter into soil helps improve soil structure and reduces compaction. It improves soil’s ability to hold onto nutrients and moisture encouraging beneficial organisms such as earthworms and friendly bacteria to thrive. Roses in particular thrive when soil is enriched with manure.
What to Expect
Roses will produce even more blooms and will have improved resistance to disease. Soil conditions will improve due to retention of moisture and nutrients.
Where to Use
For planting and feeding roses all around the garden as a general use plant fertiliser and soil enricher
How to Use
Use 1-2 handfuls (25–50g) per rose bush, scattering the pellets evenly over the soil around the base of the plant. Work the pellets into the soil and water if dry to encourage the feed to start working.
For best results we recommend
A first feed in spring once the roses have started into new growth, to ensure a first flush of quality blooms. A second feed in summer after the first flush of flowers has faded, to encourage even more blooms to form.
When planting new roses, incorporating Westland Rose Food into the planting soil will ensure they establish fully and quickly develop into healthy, bountiful plants. Mix 1–2 handfuls (25–50g) of Westland Rose Food into the soil at the bottom of the planting hole.
Small, large or climbing roses
Adjust the amount of Westland Rose Food you apply according to the size of the rose; less for very small roses, more for very large and climbing roses.
Westland Rose Food is great for use all around the garden. It is particularly suitable for garden shrubs or fruit trees and bu shes as it contains lots of the nutrients these plants need to perform really well.