Where, How, and When Do I Plant Roses?
Are you planning to plant roses in your garden? Continue reading to know where, how, and when to plant these blooms.
Where to Plant Roses
The first consideration is where your zone is. You can know your garden zone by checking out the map, your area’s zip code, or by visiting garden.org. Second, you decide what part of your garden you want to plant your roses. Keep in mind that they need to be under direct sunlight for 4 to 6 hours each and enough space.
How to Plant to Roses
After you picked the area to plant your roses, you dig a hole bigger than the plant’s root ball. Then, you place some bone at the bottom part of the hole and dig. Put the plant in the hole and add the soil until the soil is filled up. Finally, firmly press it down.
When to Plant Roses
This depends on what your zone is. In many zones, roses can be planted after the final frost in spring or at least 6 weeks before the temperature drops in autumn.