The Q&A Archives: All-american Bride Roses

Question: I live in growing zone 6. When should I plant All-American Bride roses?

Answer: Bare root roses are usually planted upon receipt in very early spring in accordance with the instructions that come with them. They are dormant and will wake up naturally with the season. Container grown roses that are accustomed to being outdoors can be planted at any time the ground is not frozen or otherwise unworkable, with early spring and early fall being preferred planting times.

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