do some roses root better in spring than fall??

donnaz5(Z5 NY)September 5, 2006

or vice-versa? if so,is it individual, or certain groups, like albas, floribundas, etc? thanks, donna

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paparoseman(z8 WA. PO.)

In the spring the roses are set to grow strongly while in the fall the roses are winding down. Teas, chinas and species roses can be started ant time and do well. Once bloomers do best in the spring in my experience.


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