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What you need:
  • Bucket
  • Knife
  • Bone meal
  • Shovel
  • Mulch
Soak the pot in a bucket of water until the soil is moist.
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Cut off the bottom the pot and make a perpendicular cut up the side.
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Dig a hole about twice as wide and 2" deeper than the pot. Backfill 2" of soil mixed with bone meal to the hole.
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Place the rose in the hole and make sure the bud union is about an inch above the soil line. Then remove the pot.
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Next, water the plant's root ball and the surrounding soil in the hole. Add some soil to the hole and a little more water.
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Firm the soil around the rose's root ball.
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Add more soil and water thoroughly after all the soil is replaced.
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Firm the soil around the rose and mulch. After planting the rose, it's important to water regularly.