Hybrid tea roses
Floribunda roses
Grandiflora roses
Polyantha roses
Miniature roses
Tree or standard roses
Climbing roses
Shrub roses
English / David Austin Roses.
Groundcover Roses
Modern Garden Roses
Rambling Roses
Alba Roses
Bourbon Roses
Centifolia Roses

Roses Growing Tips

Roses may be grown in any well-drained soil with optimum sunlight.

Most Rose varieties are grown by budding on an understock (lower portion of a plant) propagated from seeds or cuttings. Order rose seeds online and let your garden be filled with the marvellous color and fragrance of roses.

Clay soils, warm temperatures are always preferred, and the rose plants grow best when not set among other plants.

Cow manure is the preferred fertilizer for Rose cultivation, but other organic fertilizers, especially composts, are also used.

Rose plants usually require severe pruning, which must be adapted to the intended use of the flowers.
Trim off all broken and bruised roots on the Rose plant, cut top growth back to 6 to 8 inches.

Dig planting holes at least 6 inches deeper to accommodate the roots of the Rose plant without crowding or bending.

Mix 1 tablespoonful of fertilizer with the soil placed over the drainage material.

Cover this mixture with plain soil, bringing the level to desired planting depth.

Make a mound in the center to receive the Rose plant.

Set Rose plant roots over this mound, spread the roots, and fill in with soil.

Firm the soil tightly 2 or 3 times while filling the hole.

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