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Bare Root Planting Guides
Planting Bare Root Climbing Roses
From initially rehydrating your rose, through to backfilling the soil, this is your step by step guide to ensuring that your climbing rose gets off to the best possible start.
Planting Bare Root Shrub Roses
Follow this simple 8 step guide to ensure your bare root shrub rose gets off to the best possible start.
When your rose arrives
When you receive a bare root rose, there are just a few simple steps to follow:
- Your Rose will arrive in plastic-free, compostable packaging.
- Keep in a cool place until you are ready to plant.
- As well as the rose, you will receive an easy to follow planting guide.
- When ready to plant, first rehydrate the plant for a minimum of two hours.
- If you have multiple roses, simply separate them by cutting the twine.
Watch the video to see Steve unpacking some bare root roses and explaining the above points in more detail.