Cornwall, United Kingdom
I have an Albertine rose in a pot, looking pretty tragic. It grows up the wall of my south west facing cottage.The first year I had it it was covered with flowers but there were perhaps 3 this year - I think it's third. I'd like to take it out of the pot and plant it in the ground underneath, at present covered with a flagstone. I'll have a friend to help me do it next week - would this be an ok time? And should I cut it right back? And will it be ok, root wise, to plant it right next to the house? Any advice would be gratefully received. Thank you.
- 5 Sep, 2011