The Q&A Archives: rose transplants

Question: I want to move my rose bushs, they are about 5 years old. Can I do this without killing them, if so when is the best time to do it.

Answer: You can move your roses if you wait for cooler weather February or early March are the best months to move them. You can prune them back before moving to make them easier to handle. Best wishes with your roses.

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