Roses not lasting

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Hi Everyone

I’m new to the gardening game and recently moved to house which has roses outside but once they bloom they die is this normal? Am I over watering or under watering? Thank You
 

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Welcome Emily. :)

When the flowers on roses start to die they need to be removed (dead headed) to encourage more flowers. Give your roses a good watering at the base of the plant when there's been no rain for a while. They should also be fed two to three times a year during their growing season but not beyond the end of July, as they need to start 'shutting down' in preparation for winter dormancy.
 
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Those are so beautiful!!! Dead head the roses, so just cutting off the flower when its drying up. That helps the rose use its energy to produce more flowers.
 

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