How to plant a bare-root rose

Winter is prime planting time. Here's what to do

Damien Scogin

2. Dig

Dig a large, rough-sided planting hole with sides that slope outward from top to bottom. Form a cone of soil in the center of the hole to keep the rose from settling too low. Dig the edges deeper to help roots penetrate into the soil.


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