Roses in drought conditions

Many people are finding this year that their roses are putting on a wonderful show, despite worries about watering now that this very hot weather has been so sustained.  Roses in containers obviously need to be watered regularly but those which are planted in the garden will develop long tap roots which go down two to three feet to find moisture and therefore will not require any watering, just dead-head and enjoy.

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