With the right information and proper installation, roses can be more rewarding and less hassle then a traditional landscape. No other plant gives you both color and cutting flowers eight months out of the year. Rose Gardens by Ryan completes the look of your landscape by incorporating anything from a simple cutting bed to a custom designed rose garden into your overall plan. Consultations vary in scope; many times clients ask that we collaborate with their landscape architect or garden designer to include roses in the final design. Homeowners who like to do their own gardening often bring Ryan in as the rose "guy" who completes their personal vision of a rose garden; they utilize his expertise to select the right roses and developing a maintenance program. Bringing neglected rose gardens back to health is another "in demand" area. New installations call for location spotting, design and selection of your roses from the thousands of varieties. Consultations plan for the small and large garden; cutting beds from 8 to 12 roses or elaborate statements made with roses that will take your breath away.
Year round maintenance is one of Rose Gardens by Ryan's most in-demand services. Our specialty is keeping your roses beautiful, disease free and flower producing throughout the entire season. We prepare the beds and roses for short winter dormancy and create a great spring season for you to enjoy.
Spraying every 10-14 days with the newest and most effective fungicides controls black spot, powdery mildew and other diseases that could affect the health and flower production of your roses.
Spraying for pests, such as aphids, thrips and spider mites.
Keeping moisture in the soil and helping protect roses from the damaging effect of winter's wind and cold and summer's heat and drought.
Rose Gardens By Ryan uses it own fertilizing "Tea" developed by Ryan Tilley to give you the biggest and best blooms possible.
Proper pruning is vital for keeping roses healthy and growing properly. Rose Garden by Ryan prunes all year long.
Watering your roses deeply and often is the key to good health and plentiful/great blooms. Ryan will develop an irrigation plan that is sensitive to water conservation, while still getting necessary water to the roses for fighting disease and increasing bloom production.