The Q&A Archives: potted roses

Question: I have potted some roses and my question is can I keep them in the pots and will they grow or will they die? I can't plant them where I live.

Answer: You can keep your roses in containers for many years. As long as you keep them well watered and well fed, they should thrive. When they outgrow their containers you'll want to repot them into slightly larger containers. When you do this, remember to use fresh potting soil. Enjoy your roses!

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