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What type of Rose is this?

 
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Hi. I'm a newbie to gardening and have trouble with my rose. This rose was here when I started to live here but I only started to take care of it starting from last year. The tree I think is at least 7 years old. It blossoms a purpleish dark red rose with little blossom. I tried water it more and fertilized it with rose fertilizer but it won't blossom the second time. Not should if I did something wrong or what. Do anyone know what rose is this so I can look into how to grow it better. Thank you
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without a picture of the flower would be hard to id. as all rose leaves are basically the same. but my advice would be to cut all the suckers out of the bottom and apply bone meal or crushed up egg shells n coffee grounds to the dirt underneath.
 
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bernetta putnam wrote:without a picture of the flower would be hard to id. as all rose leaves are basically the same. but my advice would be to cut all the suckers out of the bottom and apply bone meal or crushed up egg shells n coffee grounds to the dirt underneath.



Thank you so much for your suggestion. I went right away and bought the bone meal as you said. I think it's working. The leaves looks fatter then ever before but the bone meal I bought is in powder form. Not sure if I should add once every 2 weeks or once a month.
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