The Q&A Archives: rose bushes

Question: I brought two rose bushes a week ago. When should I plant them in the ground?

Answer: Bare root roses can be planted in late winter or early spring so you can put your roses in the ground now. They will have a few weeks to settle in before spring weather arrives and they begin growing.

Best wishes with your new roses!

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