Roses are particularly easy to grow being tolerant to hot and cold climates. They flower for around nine months of the year and may last for thirty years. Roses can be planted both in winter (Bare Root), or grown in a container at anytime – Spring, Summer or Autumn.
Plants must be well drained, and watered well whilst growing. Roses thrive in full sunlight with a minimum of five hours required each day for best results.
Roses should never be fertilizer at time of planting.
Best time to plant roses:
Bare Rooted: June to Mid September
Potted: March to December
WARNING: DO NOT PUT ANY UN-DECOMPOSED COMPOST OR ARTIFICIAL FERTILIZER INTO HOLE OR NEAR THE ROOTS.