Rose Bushes - Knowledgebase Question

Waukesha, Wi
Question by jgimpie
April 4, 2009
I live in Waukesha, Wi and my husband and I are going to try our hands at rose bushes this year. We would like to plant them with a southern exposure. Will this be okay and when is the best time to plant them? How much should they be watered?

Answer from NGA
April 4, 2009


Roses grow best in full sunshine - 6-8 hours is minimum for healthy growth and lots of flowers. They need about one inch of water per week so plan on watering 2-3 times a week during the summer month, deeply soaking the soil. Bare root roses can be planted now; roses in containers should be planted after your weather has warmed up (mid-May). Enjoy your new roses!

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