Roses planted too high
I recently ordered some delicate hybrid tea roses and had a hired professional plant them. I instructed her to have her helpers plant the bud union 3-4 inches below the soil level, only to find them planted above the soil level. She later said she didn't know what the bud union was. O.K, so she walked off the job and now I have these many roses planted wrong. They were all bare root roses. They have been in the soil about two weeks. (I have not added the mulch yet) Do I dig them all up and plant lower? Is there any other way? I have had several delicate hybrid teas planted and they have survived well over the winters, being planted lower and with good winter protection. Please help!