Wintering rooted Peace roses

charleney(8a PNW)August 13, 2007

Cuttings are well rooted. What do I need to do to protect them this winter? I 'Lasagne Garden'. There are 5 cuttings rooted in a 9" pot. I have not disturbed them at all. They are now, still in the pot, in dappled shade. Now what do I do to winterize them, and keep them in rose garden??

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paparoseman(z8 WA. PO.)

If no one has told you yet I would move them into a three to five gallon pot. They can spend the winter in that size of pot easily here. If you leave them in the 9 inch pot be sure to keep it near the house and bring it in at night when it is supposed to be below around 28F at night. I have overwintered roses in those little band size pots here and had them do fine as long as they are not left out in real cold weather.


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