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When to put Parade Roses from pot to ground?

Posted by CSemerad 8b PHX (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 6, 05 at 13:36

I bought 2 mini roses at the grocery store, and after some initial problems getting them to flourish, now they are doing better and blooming in a large pot. I had read that they will need to be put in the ground at some point, and I would like to know when the best time to do this is. Also, do I need to do anything special to them, i.e. pruning, fertilizing, etc. when I do put them in the ground? They have been in the pot since about June or July; can't remember exactly when I bought them.


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RE: When to put Parade Roses from pot to ground?

If they are in good health, then planting immediately is a good idea. Be prepared to water often until they send out a new root system. See the link provided below for more detailed care instructions.

Paul

Here is a link that might be useful: Caring for Miniature Roses


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moving parade minis to the garden

If they are in good health, then planting immediately is a good idea. Be prepared to water often until they send out a new root system. See the link provided below for more detailed care instructions.

Paul

Here is a link that might be useful: How to Care for Miniature Roses


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