Rose Remembrance just keeps on flowering! This pillar box red floribunda rose is one of the best red roses for planting en masse. It flowers almost non stop throughout the summer with the clusters of fiery red roses shown off by glossy, healthy foliage. Rose remembrance is compact and bushy with plenty of flowering stems; it looks sensational planted in groups in beds and borders or as a low boundary hedge. Rose Remembrance will also thrive in a large container on the patio or in a courtyard or balcony garden.
Plant roses into good garden soil that has been well dug and weeded; improve poor soil with compost.
If growing roses in containers use an enriched, loam-based compost such as John Innes No.3.
Dig a hole wide enough to take the roots of the rose without cramping. Position the rose centrally in the planting hole with the bump on the stem (the graft union) level with the soil surface.
Back fill with soil to cover the rose’s roots, firm in gently and water well.
Your bare root roses will be delivered at the right time for planting, normally between autumn and early spring, depending on weather conditions. Unpack them immediately and plant as soon as possible after delivery.
Your bare root roses will be sent out with full planting and care instructions.
Prune roses to shape in spring.
Deadhead spent flowers as they fade to prolong the display.
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