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Plant Bare Root Roses - David Austin Roses


  • Title:  Plant Bare Root Roses - David Austin Roses
  • Description:  Planting/design tip from Michael Marriott, technical manager and senior rosarian of David Austin Roses: If space allows, plant three bare root roses of the same variety close together in a triangle so that they will grow together to form one dense bush. The look is excellent with a more continuous display of roses in the garden or landscape. For best effect, dig each rose its own hole. Space the three holes 20-inches apart in colder areas, 24-inches in warmer zones. Allow 3 to 4 feet between this grouping and neighboring plants.
  • Copyright:  This image is provided copyright free for editorial purposes only. All other rights reserved. David Austin Roses Ltd.
  • Filename:  David_Austin_English_Rose_3_Tree_Planting_Bush.jpg
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