Bare root standard tree roses are best planted between November and April, during bare root season. This gives them time to establish ready to bloom come summer. The only time we recommend that you don't plant is when the ground is frozen, waterlogged or in drought conditions.
you will need
SPADE FORK LARGE BUCKET OF WATER WATERING CAN WELL ROTTED MANURE
DAVID AUSTIN'S MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI WOODEN STAKE (supplied) (150cm long x 5cm diameter) TREE TIE (supplied)
CLOUT NAIL HAMMER OR MALLET
How TO plant a bare root STANDARD tree ROSE
WATERING: Standard tree roses in pots will require more frequent watering than standard tree roses planted in the ground.
By following these simple steps, you will ensure your potted shrub rose gets off to the best possible start.
There are two stages to deadheading. The first is mainly aesthetic, removing the brown finished blooms so you can enjoy the remaining flowers without interruption.
By following these simple steps, you will ensure your bare root shrub rose gets off to the best possible start.