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Post  Admin on Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:17 am

The autumn is the ideal period for the plantation of the rose trees. They can marble before the winter, and offers it in store is abundant. But one can also plant a rose tree in spring, and almost all the year if it is bought out of container. Here how to make…
Time of plantation
The autumn is the best period to plant the rose trees. At that time of the year, moisture and the ambient temperature support the rooting before the arrival of the winter. A sign which does not mislead: it is the moment when the offer in seedbed is richest.
It is important to wait until November to plant a rose tree with Bare roots because this last, high in full field, must be unearthed for transport, and that these exposed roots make it sensitive to the external conditions. A little too much heat, and it is desiccated…
Beware of bare root
Be careful not to let the roots bare in the air, until the day of planting.
Rose bought a container poses less worry: you can plant from spring to winter. Of course, should be avoided days of freezing rain or too strong.
Ground
The rose tree is true “cross-country”. It puts up with all types of ground, except for the “extremes”: pure clay or integral sand!
Before the plantation, to dig the ground on approximately 60 cm of depth.
If the ground is very heavy (compact, a lot of clay), making a contribution of sand, gravel or cinders to lighten somewhat.
Conversely, if the soil is very sandy, it is necessary elements that make "add", ie that improve water retention: clay soil, peat ...
If the ground is very heavy (compact, a lot of clay), making a contribution of sand, gravel or cinders to lighten somewhat.
Conversely, if the soil is very sandy, it is necessary elements that make "add", ie that improve water retention: clay soil, peat ...
Preparation
Like many shrubs, Rose must be prepared before his plantation.
It is necessary to dress the roots, which means that we will take care of the folds 20-25 cm long, and to remove the damaged parts.
Then, it is advisable to use a dressing. This operation is to soak the roots of the rose in a muddy mixture of clay and peat. Its aim is to ensure that the roots are, after planting, in contact with the air.
Finally, if it has been so far, branches of the shrub should be folded back sharply, to about 15 cm from the Registry (or crown), retaining only the 3 or 4 stronger. This will greatly facilitate the recovery.
Plantation
The hole dug beforehand is a volume equivalent to that of roots.
Drop basically a mixture consisting of a little peat, earth exit from the hole and a little bone dust (organic fertilizer).
Place the rose so that the collar just kind of soil. To stop with soil, being careful not to leave any pockets of air.
Finally, sprinkle copiously, which will complete compaction of the soil around the roots.
Last precaution, once the land, packed, forming a small hill around the collar: "This will protect the young about the strongest cold, which is particularly sensitive.

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