Miniature Roses

Parade Rose

Anonymous added on April 3, 2011 | Answered

Will a parade rose grow indoors in a sunroom, or is it best to plant it outdoors?

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Answered on April 3, 2011

Many people have success growing parade roses indoors in their sunrooms. They usually keep them in a spot where they get good sunlight but not direct sunlight, which may be magnifyed by the glass of the sunroom, thus causing leaf burn or scorch. They also use the potting soil that has the moisture retention crystals in it to help keep moisture in the root zone. Parade roses can also be grown outdoors in the garden bed. Here is an article for the outdoor planting of the parade roses that will help with that:

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