NATIONAL TRUST CHARITY ROSE
- Floribunda rose
- Repeat flowering
- A cheerful variety that has buttery-yellow petals, great as a cut flower. Inspired by the roses at Powis Castle, a National Trust owned, medieval castle in Powys, Wales.
- Dark, glossy green foliage.
- Height approx. 80cm
- Spread approx. 60cm
- Suitable for border or in a large container. Full sun.
- Breeder synonym: FRIESIA
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It is vital that roses are planted firmly, to ensure that winds will not damage or disrupt the roots. Apply a balanced fertiliser every 3-4 weeks in the spring/summer and it is also recommended that you apply a mulch in the winter for protection. Can be pruned back to remove any dead wood or growth. It is best to plant roses in winter or early spring, provided there is little frost. To plant, dig a hole large enough to take the roots when fully outspread. Distribute the roots evenly around the hole and put in a little fine soil to which has been added a small amount of bonemeal. Fill in a further 5cm of ordinary soil over the roots and tread in firmly. Generally speaking the depth of planting roses will vary between 10-20cm, but examination of the plants should let you know quite clearly the depth to plant.