How to plant a bare-root rose

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

3. Trim
Damien Scogin

3. Trim

Trim any damaged roots or canes from the rose. Set the rose on the cone, with the graft knot, if there is one, just at or above the soil level. (To check, lay a stick across the planting hole.) Spread roots over the mound, fill in with soil, and water well.


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