How to Plant Potted Rose Bushes Outside & Prune Them

Just because it came in a pot does not doom it to an indoor life. Potted roses can make the big move to the flower garden in the spring, summer or fall in Mediterranean climates. Allowing a container-grown rose to sink roots into the earth requires little more than appropriate site preparation. Nor is pruning after planting a time-consuming matter. Container-grown roses need at least one growing season to get established in their new location before any significant clipping is required.


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