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Transplanting Miniature Roses?

Posted by noonie1970 TX (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 11, 06 at 10:25

I live in Fort Worth Texas and I was wondering when is the right time that I should transplant miniature roses?

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RE: Transplanting Miniature Roses?

Usually best to transplant in the spring or very early summer when going from pot to garden....

When going from pot to pot, spring and late summer/early fall....

RE: Transplanting Miniature Roses?

In your area you should not have any problems transplanting them now. I don't think you have the problem of frozen ground...

Spring and fall are good times to transplant. Some folks don't transplant when it is extremely hot (over 90 degrees), but many have to move plants at that time, making sure to keep them watered and under some kind of shade (if possible).

I transplanted some late last September, all are doing well. Watering after tranplant is the critical issue.

RE: Transplanting Miniature Roses?

  • Posted by janw az9 (My Page) on
    Fri, Sep 15, 06 at 18:12

this is a climate similar to yours we planted 30 last september from pots they all survived the winter and doing great now.

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