When to transplant roses?
When buying indoor plants, many beginning flower growers often make the most common mistake: transplant a plant into a new spacious and beautiful pot. It is possible that some flowers will tolerate such manipulations calmly, but in no case do you need to replant the rose immediately. When to transplant roses? We will tell you about this today.
If you brought a rose into the house, it is better to put it on a south or southeast window or balcony and watch it for a couple of weeks. If the flower does not show obvious signs of indisposition, then you can replant it. Transplantation should be done by transfer, so as not to damage the earthy ball, because roses are quite sensitive to various kinds of damage to the roots. Purchase a ready mix of rose soil at a flower shop. Make a drainage layer at least one centimeter at the bottom of the pot and proceed to transplant.
Transplant garden rose
The most suitable time for transplanting garden roses is March-April and September-October.Transplantation in the spring should be carried out before the blooming of the kidneys. Choose for this evening or cloudy weather. The landing pit should be prepared in advance (but not earlier than 3-4 weeks before landing), the size of the hole should not be less than the size of the previous one. Often, the diameter of the pit do about 60-70 cm, and a depth of 55-60 cm.
Next, you need to carefully dig up the roses, so as to preserve as many small roots as possible and not damage the root system. If, after all, you have damaged some large roots, cut them off at the ends. The shoots of roses should be cut above the outer buds at a height of 22-25 cm from the neck of the root.
Carefully flatten the roots and plant on the prepared place. Root the neck to the ground no more than 5 cm. Fill the pit with the bottom layer of earth and water well. For each bush above, add another bucket of humus. Try not to fall asleep root neck.