Ground Covering Rose Seafoam
- 1 x Ground Covering Rose Seafoam Bare Root 40-60 cm
|Botanical name||Ground Covering Rose 'Seafoam'|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
How to take care of Ground Covering Rose Seafoam
Soak Ground Covering Rose Seafoam for a few hours before planting the root ball about 3cm below the soil surface. The soil should preferably contain some loam (acid and humus free) and drain well. Apply a small handful of rose fertiliser around each plant. Pruning is not necessary although you can trim once a year this type of baby rose into shape and remove dead flower-heads regularly. Never let Ground Covering Rose Seafoam dry out. Ground Covering Rose Seafoam must be watered daily or even twice daily in very dry weather. Remember: Lack of sun and moisture can result in poor growth. If purchased in fall/winter do not be alarmed at their appearance; they are merely dormant for winter. Ground Covering Rose Seafoam are conserving energy in their roots to flourish in early spring..