The Best Time to Plant Wild Rose

For a proper root system development, any rose should be planted between spring and early summer. Space according to growth; climbers 8 to 12 feet apart, miniatures 12 to 15 feet apart, and the rest (floribunda, grandiflora and hybrid) 18 to 30 feet apart.

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Tina Samuels has been a full-time freelance writer for more than 10 years, concentrating on health and gardening topics, and a writer for 20 years. She has written for "Arthritis Today," "Alabama Living," and "Mature Years," as well as online content. She has one book, “A Georgia Native Plant Guide,” offered through Mercer University; others are in development.