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How to plant and care for tea roses


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How to plant and care for tea roses

There's a reason this is the most popular shade tree in the United States. They're pretty and they make excellent cut flowers. In late spring and early summer, I plant a hedge of tea roses in my garden to brighten my perennial border. Here's a garden-friendly guide to planting tea roses.

Tea roses come in a wide range of flower colors, sizes and shapes. And while they're a fine choice for planting in a shrub or hedge, they're also lovely when planted in flower beds. They're also a good option if you live in areas with warm summers, as they can survive those high temperatures as well as the shorter, cooler days of autumn and winter.

Tea roses, like any other plants, can be grown in a wide range of soils and climates. They can be used in most gardens, as long as they get enough water and protection from wind and cold weather. They'll also need a location that gets full sun and average water to thrive.

How to Plant Tea Roses

Tea roses can be planted directly in the ground or you can stick them in containers and plant the containers in the garden. Both methods work well.

The planting method you choose will be determined by the size of the container you use. My container holds about 3 gallons of water, which makes it difficult to plant in the ground. I usually plant in containers in the fall and then transplant the tea rose shrubs to the garden during spring planting season.

Direct-planting

If you plan to plant directly into the garden, make sure you wait until the ground is warm. I plant in late May and early June when the ground is still damp and warm.

When you're ready to plant, place your tea rose plants into a shallow hole that has been covered with a light-weight, moisture-retaining, loose material. I use grass seed or compost. Then water the soil around the roots and add a few inches of mulch to keep the soil moist.

How to Keep Tea Roses Healthy

Tea roses can be kept healthy by keeping your soil around the roots moist at all times. Water the plant regularly until it blooms.

If you have the need, you can add a few inches of mulch around the base of the plant to protect the roots from wind and drying. Tea roses need protection from frost, which occurs during the late fall and winter. In the spring, they need protection from hot, dry weather, which can burn the leaves and flowers.

If you have a problem with pest control, talk to your local gardener or gardening shop. They can recommend pesticides that are safe to use with roses.

The best time to plant tea roses is in spring, when it's warm and the ground is moist. If you need to plant in winter, wait until spring.

In the summer, tea roses need at least six hours of direct sun each day. But you can take your tea rose into full sun and move it to part shade in the afternoon. If the sun is too strong, take the plant outdoors and drape it over a tree or some other overhead protection.

How to Protect Tea Roses from Birds

In the summer, some birds like to visit the flowers and eat the nectar. This is a problem, because it's easy for the birds to get to the flowers. You can protect the plants from birds by placing them in a tub and placing the tub on a shelf that is higher than six inches above the ground. You also can place a large cage around the tub or basket to keep the birds away.

In the winter, your tea roses need protection from a freeze, which can kill the plant. Use your garden hose to keep the temperature from dropping to below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

For more on caring for your tea roses, see more information here:

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I am a self-taught gardener and am constantly inspired by the wide range of plant species that I discover. I have a particular affinity for native plant species and enjoy learning about them from local experts. In my spare time, I can be found hiking, kayaking, snowboarding and exploring natural areas near my home in southern British Columbia.

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How to Protect Tea Roses from Birds

Thanks for stopping by and leaving your question. I'm glad to know that you found the information you were looking for, and I'm happy to help. You can also follow our "Ask the Experts" link to send a similar question to one of our garden experts who has already answered questions.

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I'm curious about something. Why are the flowers of our tea roses so light coloured? I've noticed the ones I buy from the garden centres seem to have flowers that are nearly white. Why would I want tea roses with flowers that are more white than pink? I don't mind if it is "light pink" rather than "pink". Thank you.

The flowers of tea roses are a soft pink colour because they are actually a form of rose that is also called a hybrid tea rose. The flowers look a bit lighter in color than in true tea roses because of the light pink coloring. But they have the same beautiful fragrance as true tea roses.

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