I HAVE 4 STANDARD ROSES IN CIRCLE WITH RADIUS 4FT FOUR ROSES IN SAME TWO SPOTS HAVE DIED ANY IDEAS
I purchased a mixture of roses, some climbers, eg. ARTHUR BELL and other non-climbing varieties. I aim to start a nice rose garden but am not sure if the climbing varieties can be planted alongside the other roses or do they need to be kept a certain distance apart?
I was given 2 small roses in pots for Mothers Day. They came from Aldi. But there was no instructions on how to care for them or whether they are indoor or outdoor. I have them indoors at the moment in bigger pots. They looked cramped. I have them on a sunny windowsill but after that I have no idea how much water and care to give them. I have attached a picture and they are about a foot high with small pink roses.
I have a small sunny front dublin city garden and I want to plant trumpeter roses . I want to add in another colour probably white or yellow. What rose would be good in terms of height and flowering to complement trumpeter. Also where do you recommend to buy the roses. Many thanks Mary gallagher
Can climbing roses be planted permanently in large pots or must they be sown into the actual soil
I bought potted David Austin English roses a few months ago but never got around to planting them. Is it possible to plant them now and how far apart should i plant them ?
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