Planting roses is not difficult, it is important you follow some tips below ...
1. Go to a florist and ask what types of roses can be grown in your area. If it's your first
time planting roses it should be done to find out everything about roses. Plants,
including roses are disease resistant and requires little maintenance.
2. Morning is the best time to plant roses and recommended planting in the sun for at
least 6 hours a day. Roses need a lot of light in order to grow properly. If you live in a
really hot climate though, you will probably get the best results by not planting your
roses in direct sunlight.
3. Select an area that has a lot of well drained soil. PH has a large ground level where the
amount of acid in the soil is around 5.5 to 7.0. You can get the tools to test your soil at
any plant store.
4. Manure or lime helps to nourish the roots of your roses. You should soak the roots in
water or puddle clay for a few minutes, and cut off the tip of each root is broken.
5. The first 3-4 weeks after planting your roses, you have to spray them often. Usually this
is when 2 inches on dry land. Roses need a lot of hydration and food to remain healthy.
6. Four weeks after planting, you should start soaking the bed every 2 weeks or so. You
must do this in the morning for best results.
7. Begin fertilization approximately 3 months after planting. Use 3-6 inches of mulch to
control moisture, temperature, and stops weeds from coming up. Mulch also helps to
lock in vital nutrients your roses need to stay healthy.
8. Planting in the spring is the best.
9. Plant roses in a lot of air. Your roses will not grow in an enclosed area or tight.
10. Required hole two times greater than for planting roses. It makes it easier to plant
roses and create space for them to grow freely. Poor circulation for your roses can
cause fungal diseases. Using a larger hole also makes it easier for you if you want to
move into the pot.