Although these tutorials videos where filmed over 10 years ago the information still remains true today. You may find them of help and interest when receiving and caring for your Palatine roses throughout the seasons
1. Receiving your Palatine Roses
Did you receive your shipment of Palatine bare root roses and are not sure how to proceed? Receiving your Palatine Roses is an instructional video on what rose gardeners can do when they receive our rose plants. This video will help increase your rose growing success and joy right from the moment you open the box.
2. Heeling in your Palatine Roses
Is your garden not quite ready for planting your Palatine roses, but the bare root roses have arrived? Heeling in your Palatine Roses is an instructional video on what rose gardeners can do when their final destination of planting is not ready for the roses. Please remember these instructions and recommendations are only a temporary solution and the roses need to be planted as soon as possible in their final home for optimal health, and growth.
3. Planting your Palatine Roses
Are you ready to plant your Palatine roses and want to be sure that you are following the optimal sequence of events? Planting your Palatine Roses is an instructional video on what rose gardeners can do when they are ready to plant their bare root roses in its new home. Following the instructions of this video will help give your rose growing success and joy from the roots up.
4. Pruning your Palatine Roses ~ Modern Roses only
Are the forsythias blooming? This is the time to prune your Palatine roses. If you are not sure how, Pruning your Palatine Roses will give you instructions and insight on how to prune your modern roses in the spring. This video is for modern roses only, these are roses that the bloom repeatedly throughout the summer season.
5. Winterizing your Palatine Roses ~ Zones 5 to 7
Has fall set in your garden? Winterizing your Palatine Roses is an instructional video on what rose gardeners can do to prepare roses for winter (in zones 5 to 7). Fall is defined by the last leaves dropping from the trees. As you clean up your garden for the last time before plants go into hibernation, follow the steps noted in our instructional video. This video will help increase your rose growing success by showing you how to protect your plants from harsh winters so you may enjoy your rose for years to come.