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Due to the sale of my parents’ home we had to remove the roses. Now, the ground has seen some below 30 degree Fahrenheit temperatures,

so would it be wise to replant them now or leave them in a basket in my basement (warm) or garage (cold) until spring and then replant them? Unsure as to what kind of roses they are, other than one looks to be a bush and the others are stalks.


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#1 Comment By GKH_Susan On 12/04/2019 @ 5:08 pm

Sounds like you have a shrub rose and some climbing roses. It's too late now to plant as they won't get established before freezing. Keep them in a cool place and water sparingly during the winter. The roots should not be exposed to the air. Go ahead and plant them in pots for the winter.


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