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Question by  kayseaeff (30)

What can you tell me about transplanting roses in the fall for Raleigh North Carolina?

I need to transplant roses and want to make sure they survive the move.


Answer by  kmichaud92 (31)

Timing is crucial when transplanting roses. Transplanting in the fall is best for them, they are for the most part dormant, but not frozen. Try to transplant after a cold day or night, during a warm spell, so the rose is most "asleep", but the ground is somewhat warm. This will reduce stress to the plant.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Roses are a pretty hardy flower and you pretty much transplant them the same way no matter where you are. They usually do well it isn't so much the climate they are in as the dirt they are planted in.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well to transplant them you have to make sure they are exposed to enough sunlight. Also re touch the soil so it is well enriched.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, transplanting roses are very easy to do. You just need to make sure your capturing the roots and then plant with new soil.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Since it is still warm where you live you can transplant the roses in the fall. Did enough of the root out with the dirt intact. Dig a new hole and put the bush in with rose fertilizer and water. Put dirt around the plant and it would be okay.

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