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Moving rose bushes

I need to move 2 rose bushes, is it a good time or do I wait until July, when they are dormant

Josette Sultans

Submitted: 02:33PM, 03 Mar 2016
Answer: Hi Josette,

It would be best to move your rose bushes in late July/early August, before they break their seasonal dormancy. You should then give them a thorough prune immediately after transplanting.

This would also be a good time to apply some Yates Dynamic Lifter Plus Flower Food to get the plants off to an excellent start in their new location.

All the very best with your roses!

Kind regards,

Yates Consumer Advice Horticulturalist

Category: Roses
Answered: 06:26PM, 03 Mar 2016


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