Drift Rose


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Plant? Do you already have the rose?
I am not familiar with the climate zones, but unless it gets very cold I would be inclined to go for now; root growth tends to take place overwinter.
 
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Roses are pretty hardy. I would do as Oliver suggests as long as it's not freezing or expected to before the soil can settle round the roots. I imagine it will look really pretty alongside your other "herbs". :giggle::cigar::happy: ...... or maybe you just drive an older MB.:unsure:
 
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OK just received the rose and ready to plant. Should i add any fertilizer or just plant in some good potting soil?
 
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I would mix some granular fertiliser with soil and then fill the hole around the rose. Don't put fertiliser directly into the hole as it will burn the roots.
 
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