The Q&A Archives: care and planting shrubs

Question: we wish to grow Nearly Wild rose bushes this year. Is there anything special we need to know prior to purchasing and planting?

Answer: The Nearly Wild rose is a hybrid. It is beautiful and tough. These Wild roses are a bushy, hardy, and highly attractive shrub that grows 2' to 3' tall.

The large, single-form pink flowers bloom recurrently through the season. The flowers are sweetly fragrant.

No special care is required; plant in ordinary but well draining soil, in full sun, and prune hard in the early spring to promote lots of new flowering stems.


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