How to Plant Bare Root Roses & Transplant Established | Gardening with Creekside

Last week my David Austin English roses arrived, and I am excited to show you how to plant bare root roses and how to transplant established roses. Early March in NC zone 7b is the perfect time to plant and transplant roses to give you gorgeous flowers this summer!

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