Planting Bare Root Roses.

The following suggestions will help you ensure that your roses grow into healthy shrubs and trees.

1. Your new roses may be dry during shipping or storage, so before planting, dig up the roots in moist sea powder or peat moss or soak them in water overnight.

2. Keep the roots moist when planting, and do not let them dry.

3. Only the main roots are sufficient to expose healthy white tissue. This will help them grow more roots. Dry the plant back into three or four healthy canes.

4- Using sharp pruning scissors, prune the healthy cane up to six (6) inches. Cut a quarter of an inch above the outer bud union.

5. To prevent infection, treat the wound with some sealant or sealing paint.

6. Make sure you remove any suckers that may start to grow during shipping or storage.

When choosing where to plant your roses, consider the following:

1. Roses are prone to mildew and fungus, so plant them in a well-ventilated area to help keep the plants dry.

2. The morning sun, where the bushes get at least six hours of sun a day.

Try to plant large trees and shrubs as they compete for food, moisture, and sunlight.

4. Find an area with well-drained soil or add gravel or cinder beneath the prepared soil.Erosion of the soil can cause the root structure to be exposed.

Plant at least two feet away from the bushes, and two and a half feet.

1. Dig your hole from twelve to sixteen inches deep and fifteen to seventeen inches wide.

2. Work compost or planter soil (soil does not mix) into the loose dirt.

3- In the cold winter, the bud or graft union should be one or two inches below the soil level. In mild weather, the union should be an inch or more from the soil. Union planting at the bottom of the soil helps protect against frost, and the planting of the union from the top of the soil makes it easy to find

4. Place the plant over the corners, spreading the roots and mixing the soil and filling the hole. Now fill the hole with water, soak it, and then fill it again.

5. Fill the hole to the correct position after filling the second with water. Now firmly and firmly plant the soil around the plant.

After planting the roses, it helps to add a bit of organic mulch.

1. Organic mulch can help to replenish the humus content of the soil, maintain soil moisture, increase root growth, control weeds, prevent soil crust and erosion, and even add bacteria

2. There are many types of organic mulch, including bark, pecan hulls, peat moss, and buckwheat hulls.

 

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