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Southwest Gardener's Gardening Checklist

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to Southwest Gardener's February Checklist
Plant bare-root roses. Winter is the time to plant bare-root roses in the desert regions of the Southwest. Select grade-1 roses, which have at least three large canes (branches). Dig a hole 2 feet wide and amend the soil with compost and bonemeal before planting. Cover the top of your newly planted bare-root rose with a mound of compost or wood shavings to keep the canes from drying out. Remove the compost once you see new growth appear. Do not fertilize new roses until they have flowered for the first time in spring.Shown: Hybrid tea rose 'Double Delight'Get ready for March. Spring is on its way. Sharpen your pruning tools and get ready to check your irrigation system.More regional garden guides

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ophelia added this to Landscaping
February 6, 2013
Hybrid tea roses. Double delight.
Nicole McDonald added this to nicole_mcdonald6757's Ideas
February 1, 2013
Love roses
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