Roses forum→David Austin Rose very delayed, worried it will be too late to plant bare root

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Name: Seth n Sam .....
W.V. (Zone 6a)
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Weluvroses
Jun 4, 2021 8:24 AM CST
You could always opt out from bare root to container. I have a few DA bare roots die last year. And it's past the bare root planting time for my 6A-B-ish zone. So instead they are sending container DAs as the replacements. All done through email. Containers are planted in the fall and will be ok. And that's when they ship container DAs at least to my zone. DA has always replaced any rose I lost within the five year period no questions asked.
Name: Holly
Baltimore, MD (Zone 7b)
GardenDreaming
Jun 4, 2021 8:25 AM CST
Weluvroses said:You could always opt out from bare root to container. I have a few DA bare roots die last year. And it's past the bare root planting time for my 6A-B-ish zone. So instead they are sending container DAs as the replacements. All done through email. Containers are planted in the fall and will be ok. And that's when they ship container DAs at least to my zone. DA has always replaced any rose I lost within the five year period no questions asked.


That's good to know! So far my two little guys are doing well- Golden Celebration and Mme. Isaac Pereire. I am so excited to see them (hopefully) bloom at least a little bit this season. They both have a few small buds. : )

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