Steps for planting roses loosen the soil
and dig a hole twice the size of the root ball leave some loose soil below
the root ball so that the roots can easily establish themselves in colder
climates you will want to dig deeper and set the rosebush base 2 inches below the
soil line unlike many other plants this can cause rot but the rosebush will
adapt do not prune roses in the fall simply cut off any dead or diseased
canes stop fertilizing 6 weeks before the first frost but continue watering
during dry autumn weather to help keep plants fortified during the dry winter
mount mulch or add compost after a few Frost’s but before the
ground freezes this will protect them during a bad and cold winter never
fertilize a new rosebush with anything other than bonemeal the site you choose
for your roses should have good drainage and 4-5 hours of Sun do not overcrowd
the area with other plants unless you are growing climbing roses they do not
mind company the need for watering varies greatly throughout the urine is
directly related to the amount of rain that has fallen a newly planted rose
Bush needs water two to three times a week an established rose plant needs
water once a week it is best to water as close to base of the rose as you can
watering on foilage can lead to some diseases green fly a fights and
caterpillars are the most common pests green fly and caterpillars can be
removed by hand in the earliest stages rose clear is effective against most
pests along with black spot and powdery mildew the link to the product is down
below we recommend you spray at the first sign of disease there are two good
reasons to deadhead to encourage repeat flowering the stop see Rose producing
seeds in the hips which are formed after flowering so that it has more energy for
repeat flowering it is an opportunity to shape your shrub deadheading should be
done as soon after each flowering as possible up to late September