Roses take root much better if planted on the site in the fall.

The rose is a royal flower, captivating everyone with its exquisite beauty and grace. Every woman is pleased to receive a beautiful and fragrant bouquet of roses as a gift. But, unfortunately, a cut flower is a short-lived beauty.

It is always a pity for wilted flowers, but there is a way out – you can break a pink flower bed in your backyard. Fresh flowers will delight you for a long time with their chic look and lovely aroma.

Many flower growers are afraid that they will not be able to cope with planting roses, and continue to only dream of lush and bright flower beds. Don’t be afraid. If you stock up on patience and diligence and at the same time have a burning desire, you will definitely succeed.

So, you decided to land, what should be considered first of all?

The period of acquisition of seedlings

The most favorable period for buying seedlings is autumn.

Landing: time and place

For growing roses, windless and abundantly lit areas are ideal.

First of all, you need to take care of the soil. The land needs to be abundantly fertilized and rid of pests.

Plan the territory before planting, separate the roses by type, prepare the tools.

  • Do not forget! The further growth of the bush, their survival rate, the size of the buds and the abundance of flowering depend on the correctness of the planting.

You can plant roses in both autumn and spring. However, bushes planted in the autumn period take root and develop much better.

autumn planting

Roses should be planted before the onset of the first frost, this guarantees one hundred percent survival of the roots.

In the presence of favorable conditions, two weeks after planting, small white roots form on the roots of seedlings.

Before the onset of the first frost, they adapt and acquire a brown tint. In this form, roses easily overwinter, and with the onset of spring they will begin to grow actively – both in the roots and above the ground.

pinching shoots

There are cases when buds form and germinate in plants planted in warm regions of the country during the autumn period. Don’t be afraid. It is necessary to pinch the young shoot in time – immediately after the formation of the third leaflet.

If the third leaf has not yet appeared, and the first frosts are just around the corner, then the young shoot should be processed so that after pinching a sprout one centimeter long remains.

Planting Roses

Plants are planted in pre-treated soil, no more than 60 centimeters deep. The distance between the rows is about 100 centimeters, and between the bushes from 25 to 55 centimeters, depending on the type of roses and the size of the bushes. The roots of the seedlings should be freely placed in the hole.

Preparing the site for planting

Do not be discouraged if you did not have time to prepare the territory in advance.

Proceed as follows: dig holes 50 centimeters in size. The most nutritious layer of soil is the top, set it aside. Add rotted horse manure and potash fertilizers to it.

Mix all ingredients thoroughly. Pour a little humus at the bottom of the hole and mix it with the ground, evenly distribute the roots on the resulting earthen cushion and sprinkle with the remaining soil. Lightly tamp the soil, making a small hole around the seedling for watering.

The plant requires abundant watering, one bush will need about 10 liters of water. After three days, the ground around the seedling needs to be loosened.

As you can see, there is nothing difficult in planting roses. The main thing is not to be afraid to experiment. We wish you good luck and patience. You will definitely succeed!

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How to plant roses in autumn

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