Rose Trees

Roses are such a beautiful flower, who wouldn't want a tree full of them? We've got some great deals on rose trees for you below, and keep scrolling for more information on rose trees!

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Brighten up your patio with this

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  • . These flowers can make your home stand out no matter where you display them, use them to frame the doors on either side and with three options to choose from, you can really personalise the colours to your liking! These are perfect for walls, fences and walls, enhancing the overall look of your home environment as the bright colours will stand out against the dark green foliage. Guess they really are wallflowers!.

    Rose Trees FAQs

    What Is The Difference Between A Rose Bush & A Rose Tree?

    We love roses wherever they come from, but do you know the difference between a rose bush and a rose tree? Rose trees are not actually a class of rose, as they are just an alternative way to grow them. Bushes and climbing roses are put onto a trunk, which makes it look like a rose tree and that's where the term 'rose tree' came from. They are actually classed as shrubs or bushes. I guess the world of rose-lovers are really branching out!<

    Where Should I Plant A Rose Tree?

    Where you want to plant a rose tree is entirely up to you, but some plants thrive better in certain locations and that's what should be considered. It is advised that you plant a rose tree in a spot where it will get plenty of sun, but make sure it also has access to shade as you don't want your plant to dry out in the sun - so balance is key here! If you're planting more than one rose tree or bush, leave a big enough gap between them as they will expand outwards as they grow, creating an array of beauty in your garden.

    How Do You Take Care Of A Rose Tree?

    No need to wilt if you're not sure how to care for the roses and if you want to see them blooming every year, we're here to give you a couple of tips on how to make that happen:

    • Plant them in sunlight and watch them shine!
    • Make sure their soil is moist.
    • Water regularly, but be careful not to overwater.
    • Prune them once a year and remove any dead branches or flowers.
    • Use rose feed to encourage flowering in the summer/warmer months.

    Does A Rose Tree Come Back Every Year?

    There are many types of roses and most of them only bloom once a year in the summer. But I've got some good news for you bud! Your rose tree will absolutely come back the following year as long as you prune it annually. Generally, the best time to prune your rose tree would be in spring after the last frost where you will need to cut roses back. Also, make sure you remove any dead roses or branches so that new ones can come through and grow. Once you've removed all that, feed your rose tree and then wait for summer to come! Watch all your hard work pay off with a stunning sight.

    How Long Do Rose Trees Live?

    The average lifespan for a rose tree is 35 years so you can look forward to gorgeous roses blooming in your garden for many years to come! The more care and maintenance you provide your lovely rose tree with, the longer it will live. If you do find that your rose tree has died, there is nothing you can do to revive it and you will have to buy a new one, but there are a couple of causes we can tell you about. The most likely is that you didn't water your rose tree enough and it dried up and died, and equally you could have overwatered it and caused it to die! Remember what I said about balance? This is the time to apply that, so just be careful and stick to our tips!

    Are Rose Trees Easy To Grow?

    Yes, to put it simply! Rose trees are so easy to grow that a complete gardening beginner could easily give it a go and have great success! They don't require expert knowledge, you just need a general sense of how to prune, which you only need to do once a year. This is the perfect time to start experimenting with planting new things like rose trees and come the summer you can really buy yourself flowers - or grow them!