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Hello Teresa. This is a bloom from my Medallion hybrid tea rose.
March 31, 2013 at 7:02PM   
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Plant bare-root roses. Do you envision a garden filled with fragrant roses? Select grade 1 roses, which have three large canes (branches), whenever possible. Soak your bare-root roses for at least 24 hours before planting.Amend the soil with compost; mix it with the existing soil so you have 50 percent compost and 50 percent native soil. Don't fertilize newly planted roses; they need time to grow roots before they can support a lot of new growth. Wait until the first flowers have blossomed before adding fertilizer.Get ready for May. The temperatures are warming up fast. The cacti are beginning to flower, which means that it's time to heatproof your garden for summer.Shown: Medallion hybrid tea roseMore regional gardening guides

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