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Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

Posted by growitnow (My Page) on
Sun, May 20, 12 at 11:07

Hi,

When I've planted HTs, shrubs, etc. I've always planted a good 4inches below the crown. I just got Red Cascade (miniature climber) form Antique Rose Emporium. Do I use same planting strategy (plant deeper than crown)? Or plant only to crown?

Never had a miniature climber before or got anything from Antique Rose Emporium, so I thought I'd ask you smart folk!

Thanks,
growitnow
zone 7


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RE: Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

According to ARE's web site, they only sell roses which are on their own roots (not budded). Since it is growing on its own roots I would plant it at the same level it is growing at in its pot, as there is no "bud union" to protect.

Jackie


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RE: Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

Jackie's advice is what I've followed here in the garden


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RE: Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, May 20, 12 at 11:56

Agreed! Own roots don't need deep planting because there is no graft to protect from winter.


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RE: Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

Agreed with all of the above. I just want to add -- plant it and STAND BACK. This is no little tiny plant. In fact there was a lusty HEDGE of Red Cascade at the American Rose Center in Shreveport.

Thinking it was going to be a dainty little thing, I actually killed a Red Cascade decades ago, by planting it in a teeny little container.

Jeri


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RE: Red Cascade: how deep to plan?

Thank you, this is very helpful. I will plant at pot level.

Though curious - would planting (own root) deeper, hurt the rose?


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