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The rose is a type of flowering shrub. Its name comes from the Latin word Rosa. The flowers of the rosegrow in many different colors, from the well-known red rose or yellow roses and sometimes white or purple roses. Roses belong to the family of plants called Rosaceae.

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Spring flowering bulbs give superb colour in the garden, after a dark Winter they cheer up the garden and gets us all geared up for the coming year.

Where to plant

Choose an open, sunny position with free-draining soil.  Avoid planting where roses have grown before or transfer fresh soil to the site.  Patio roses can be planted in mixed borders or alongside other roses, or in pots and containers.


Roses love organic matter, so mix well-rotten manure, leaf mould or compost into the soil. Water thoroughly before planting.  Make a hole big enough not to disturb the root ball.  Remove from the pot and ensure the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil.  Back-fill soil mixed with a good fertilizer, then firm.  Water thoroughly.


Water well until established.  Mulching will keep the soil weed-free and moist.  For best results feed your roses with fertilizer in spring and again in summer using Westlands organic Rose Food with horse manure.  Remove faded flowers to encourage speedy repeat flowering. To keep your roses looking healthy spray once every two weeks with Rose Clear Ultra, this will keep all diseases and pests from your roses.

Simple Pruning

Prune your rose in March or before new growth by removing any dead or very thin branches and reducing the height by 1/3 to 2/of the previous growth.

Rose clear ultra

Roseclear Ultra is a new generation dual systemic insecticide and fungicide. It helps to control aphids, blackspot, powdery mildew and rust on Roses and other ornamental flowering plants.

Protecting for up to 3 to 4 weeks to prevent further attacks, Rose Clear Ultra can be used outdoors from April to September.

1 litre Coverage: Spot treatment Use: April – September.

Contains triticonazole and acetamiprid.

WHEN TO USE : Use from April to end of September Aphids (Greenfly and Elackfly) – Spray at the first signs of aphids and repeat every 14 days until the aphids have gone.

Rust & Powdery Mildew – Spray at the first signs of disease and repeat every 14 days until the disease has gone.

Blackspot Spray every 14 days from April. If rose plants were infected with blackspot during the previous season, spraying shosld commence as soon as buds burst. Spray in calm conditions, avoiding bright sunlight and frosts. Latest time of use, end of September.


Rose Food enhanced with Horse Manure

The Westland Rose, and Shrub Granular Plant Food is specially formulated to encourage the strong, healthy growth of your plants. It contains high levels of phosphorous for vigorous rooting and potash for an abundance of flowers and fruits. Added magnesium encourages glossy, green foliage while high levels of sulphur promote plant health and disease resistance. When to use? Use throughout the growing season from March until September. For best results apply after first flowering and then again in late summer. How to Use Dig a hole large enough for the roots and mix 15 grams (1 scoop) per square metre into soil. Place root ball into hole and carefully fill soil around it. Firm gently with your heel and water thoroughly. Established Plants Evenly sprinkle 15 grams (1 scoop) per square metre around the base of the plants. Work into the soil with a fork and water well.


Below You'll Find Our Plant Spring Flowering Bulbs Essentials

Looking after your plants


Spring-blooming bulbs, such as tulips and daffodils, should be planted in September or October when the soil temperatures have cooled.

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