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Fryer Roses
0.00 Kg
Freshly Potted - We recommend the rose is left in the pot until end of April/May.



Product Description

Top Marks (Fryministar) Certificate of Merit Belfast, Gold Medal - The Hague 1990,Certificate of Merit Dublin 1992, Rose of the Year 1992. Quite the brightest rose yet producing an abundance of small double flowers of sparkling, vibrant vermillion which are unfading and long lasting. Growth is neat, bushy and cushion-like, small matt medium green foliage, 18 inches high and 18 inches spread, with a high resistance to disease. Just right for pots, tubs and patio planting. Perfect for low bedding, narrow borders, edging beds and paths, making a really useful alternative to annual bedding. Height approx 35 cm.

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ORDERS PLACED FOR BARE ROOT ROSES WILL BE DELIVERED FROM NOVEMBER TO MID MARCH. Bare root roses can be planted any time between end of October and mid March (weather permitting). Special delivery dates and gift cards can be arranged.

PLANT ADVICE - If planting in Autumn and Winter use bonemeal mixed in with the compost (John Innes No.3). Use rootgrow (mychorrhizal fungi) if roses have been planted there before to develop a robust root system, and fresh top soil.

AFTERCARE- Feed in early Spring with Toprose and again midsummer, mix in the soil and water well. Water your rose until it is well established. The first Spring after planting is essential, the roots are deep so water thoroughly. Once the rose is established water at least once a fortnight, more during dry spells. Potted containers need watering more regularly to keep the soil moist.

PRUNING - You can lightly prune back in Autumn if desired. Roses are best pruned in March, remove any dead, diseased, weak or crossing stems. Try to keep the centre open. Shorten back the strongest remaining shoots to approx 4-6in from the base, to the point where last year's growth began. Deadhead regularly.


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