Category – Hybrid Tea, bush rose
Breeder – Weeks
Note on Bare Root Plants –
A bare rooted plant is supplied without soil around the roots. To facilitate this the rose must be in its winter dormancy, this is when the plant is effectively asleep.
Once the plant has been dug from the paddock it is then pruned and the roots are washed to be free of soil. The plants are able to be transported safely and remain fresh for up to three weeks whilst bare rooted.
Once the plant is received it is important to remove the plant from the packaging and refresh the plant by soaking the roots in water for 24 hours prior to planting. It is always best to plant the day after receiving.
It is very important to ensure that the roots of your plant do not dry out.