The Q&A Archives: Planting time

Question: when is the best time to plant roses

Answer: Roses are best planted while they are dormant - late winter to early spring. You still have time to plant roses, whether potted or bare-root. Choose the sunniest place in your garden and be sure to water your rose bushes well after planting. Enjoy!

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