1. Check with your garden center or the florist to find out what are the best types of roses to grow in your climate. If you are a beginner, look for Disease-resistant types of roses because they require much less maintenance.
2. Learn that when planting roses, choose a well-lit place in the morning is essential. You will also want a place that has the sunlight for a minimum of 6 hours per day. Roses need a large amount of light to grow appropriately.
3. Carefully remove the rose from its container. Soak the roots in water for 8 to 10 hours. Remove any broken or wounded root or roots of the size and thickness of a pencil lower.
roses need plenty of hydration and nutrition.
5. Begin fertilization approximately 3 months after planting. Use 10 to 12 cm of straw, dried grass, to control temperature, moisture and prevent weeds from appearing. The straw also helps hold the vital nutrients that your roses need to stay healthy.