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Planting Cupido Rose & Kordana Rose

Posted by kathie1 NJ (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 1, 09 at 18:56

In in northwestern NJ and purchased the above roses in June. They are still in same pots since purchase and I want to know if they can be planted in the ground, or should I put them in larger pots. If ok to plant in ground, when is best time? It's Sept. now and getting cooler. Thanks, Kathie


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RE: Planting Cupido Rose & Kordana Rose

You should still be able to plant them in the ground now, as you should still have a few months before you get a freeze. If you repot them, you will still need to provide winter protection.

Liz


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RE: Planting Cupido Rose & Kordana Rose

Put them in now. First frost for your area is targeted for 1 October (ours is 15 October, I'm in Monmouth Cty.), but it has never gotten that cold that early here. The roots will actually like the cooler weather. Don't fertilize now, though, unless you just add a little bone meal in the hole. No more fertilizing until next year.


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