You will of course need a shovel, a round point digging shove.
Two Methods for Transplanting Roses.
Because roses are prone to fungal disease, they need plenty of air circulation.
Dormant Transplanting; The best time to transplant a rose is in early spring when the rose is still dormant. This causes less stress and shock to the plant. Timing is everything. Wait until all threat of frost or freezing weather has passed.
Next prepare your planting hole.
Reduce plant size. Cut the rose canes back to 10 to 12 inches and remove all foliage, if there is bushfelling.clubg: Savage MN. Fall is an excellent time to transplant roses, if you wait until after hard frost and the bushes are semidormant. You may want to shorten the canes before moving but pruning of other roses should be left until bushfelling.club 30, Missing: Savage MN. Jun 03, The hole should be at least 15 inches (38 cm.) deep and wide enough to accommodate the root ball and root system, approximately 12 inches (31 cm.) or so.
Build up a small mound of soil in the center of the hole for your rose bush to sit on. Rose bushes should also be watered thoroughly for about two days prior to transplanting. For best results, choose an overcast day for transplanting rose bushfelling.clubted Reading Time: 3 mins. Start by digging a wide circle around the bush. Place the point into the soil and push sharply deep into the soil with your foot to cut roots off cleanly.
Completely circle the plant, then push the shovel deep under the plant to cut through lower roots until the plant will easily lift out. Dealing with bushfelling.clubg: Savage MN. Jun 26, Many Minnesota rose growers use Bob’s Mix, an organic blend available through the Twin Cities Rose Club and a few retailers. You can also add some bonemeal to the soil. When planting, keep the crown about 1 inch below the surface of the soil.
Feed and water your roses. Roses need a fair amount of both water and bushfelling.clubg: Savage MN.