Hardy northern rose varieties you can’t find in your local greenhouse. Our roses, once rooted, are grown on to develop larger roots. It is always advisable to pot up band-sized roses into 1-gallon or larger, pots, when received, to grow on a bit more, and build a stronger root system before planting them out into the garden. Keep them well watered, but not overly so, while potted, and once planted in the garden, a nice healthy drink every day or two until settled in. Own root roses are a bit slower to put on size than grafted roses, but will quickly catch up, and in colder zones, own root will always come back true to variety, should they die back to the ground over the cold winters.
If a plant dies: 30 days from when they receive the plant, must follow instructions that come along with the plant. Photograph is needed
Disqualifiers: must be in a pot, no animal damage No shipping refund, just plant cost.
ATTENTION: IF YOU LIVE IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES THERE MAY BE A SURCHARGE AND ITEMS WILL REQUIRE BARE-ROOT SHIPPING PER AGRICULTURAL GUIDELINES. CHECK HERE TO SEE IF YOUR STATE REQUIRES BARE ROOT OR NOT.
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