The Q&A Archives: planting roses

Question: When is it safe to plant bare root rose plants?

Answer: You can plant bareroot roses as soon as they're available from your nursery or garden center. If they go into the ground now, they'll wake up from their dormancy in a natural way as your weather warms.

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