I'm no gardening expert, thats for sure, but I do have several rose bushes. In my climate, they really don't require much care. Some yearly pruning, maybe a dusting of pest control, a bit of fertilizer and they flower and bloom like crazy.
I have found though that the lowest maintience rose bushes are Knock Out Roses. They require little maintence and they bloom all season long.
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