Pink Rose (Peach) – Plant

Pink Rose (Peach) – Plant

The rose is a perennial flowering plant.The flowers of the rose grow in many different colors, from the well-known red rose to yellow roses and sometimes white or purple roses, peach, orange.


  • Description
  • Reviews (0)


Planting and Care

When you bring rose plant and cannot plant it immediately, leave the plant in the box and lightly sprinkle the roots every day. Do not let the roots to dry out. Plant the rose plant as soon as possible. If cannot plant it immediately to the desired location, plant it in a container.Dig a planting hole according to the roots, the rose plant has.

Grow Roses in Containers

You don’t have to have a yard, ideal soil, or perfect drainage to raise roses. All you need is a sunny location and enough room for a large container. Transform a deck, terrace, patio, or balcony into a fragrant retreat with pots glowing with color. Container grown roses live happily for years when given what they need. Just follow these steps:

  1. Choose the right rose. Fragrant, compact, disease-resistant varieties with continual bloom perform best. Avoid climbers or large shrub roses.
  2. Pick the right pot. Anything with a drainage hole will work. (1/2 barrels are a great choice).
  3. Use quality potting mix and enrich with compost to increase water holding capacity.Use a general organic soil that does NOT include any type of granular or time release fertilizer. Use of this type of potting soil may burn the roots and void our warranty.
  4. Water regularly so that soil is moist, but not wet.
  5. Feed often for more blooms. First in spring, once new growth unfurls, and then after each flush of blooms – about every 4 to 6 weeks. In colder zones, stop fertilizing 8 weeks prior to the first frost. Always use a fertilizer that begins as a liquid in the bottle, such as Alaska Fish Fertilizer for the first year. Use of granular products in the first year may burn the roots and void our warranty.
  6. Prune as normal to deadhead, shape, and control insects and disease.
  7. Re-pot every two to three years to refresh the soil.
  8. Root prune if you’re trying to keep the plant small.
  9. Transplant into a larger container if you notice a decrease in blooms.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Pink Rose (Peach) – Plant”