The Q&A Archives: Rose bush

Question: how to plant a rose bush

Answer: Plant your rose bushes in an area that receives a minimum of six hours of sunshine each day. Dig the hole for planting large enough to give the roots plenty of room for future growth. Make a mound or cone of soil in the bottom of the hole where the rose bush will be planted. Spread the rose roots evenly over this cone. Pack the soil firmly around the roots of the rose bush and water well to help settle the soil. Best wishes with your rose bush.

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