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Hardy Shrub
What is Hardy Shrub?
Woody plant, usually having a permanent framework of branches.
Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.
1 bare root rose plant £9.99 Despatch: by end of November 2019
2 bare root rose plants £16.99 Despatch: by end of November 2019
Description How to Grow More Info Delivery Video
An unusual shrub rose that has semi-double vibrant yellow flowers with deep burnt-orange centres. Combining the look of a wild rose with modern disease resistance and more vigorous, yet compact, plants you'll be enjoying these gorgeous flowers throughout the summer months. Train the thorny stems onto supports such as our Tower Pot™ to create a column of colour on your patio. Height and spread: 90cm (36").

Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Rosehips and petals can be used in making syrups and the petals will add flavour to cold drinks or fruit dishes. For more details about edible flowers click here.


Exotic Garden, Patio, Cottage Gardens

Hardy

full sun

90cm (36in)

90cm (35in)

1 Bare Root Rose Plant (62663)
2 Bare Root Rose Plants (T62671P)

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Flowering Months
Feed and water roses regularly. Deadhead faded flowers. In autumn apply a mulch of well rotted manure or compost to the base of the plant. In winter, begin pruning roses by removing dead and diseased wood, and any rubbing or damaged branches. Then reduce the stems to 20cm (10”) above ground level. Side shoots should be reduced by one third.
Plant bareroot roses at the earliest opportunity following delivery. If planting is not possible then 'heel them in' by covering the roots with soil until conditions allow them to be planted in their permanent positions. When growing roses, choose a position in fertile well drained soil in full sun. Roses are greedy plants so add a small handful of granular fertiliser and mix some well rotted manure or compost to the soil. Dig a hole of sufficient width and depth to comfortably accommodate the bareroot plant. Position the plant in the hole so that the base of the stems sits just below soil level. Backfill the soil around the roots of the plant, firm in, and water well. Stems of climbing roses will require training against a suitable support such as a pergola, fence or wall.

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