Standard Rose 'Osiria' - Shrub
When you receive the Standard Rose 'Osiria' from us, soak the roots in a bucket full of lukewarm water overnight. Prepare a suitable planting hole, loosen the soil and improve it with compost and granulated cow manure. Spread the roots out and plant them at the right depth. Fill the hole with the improved soil, press firmly with your foot and water generously. Stake young plants. The best planting time for bare rooted roses is during their dormancy period from October to spring, pot grown roses can be planted all year round. Also suitable to be planted in a patio pot.Standard rose 'Osiria' in a pot
This lovely rose also looks beautiful when grown in a pot on your patio. Choose a decorative pot with holes in the base, cover the bottom with a layer of broken pot or gravel. Put fresh potting compost in the pot and mix in some granulated cow manure. Plant the root ball of the Standard Rose 'Osiria' at the appropriate depth. Fill with soil and press firmly. After planting, you may want to fasten the stem firmly to a support. Water immediately after planting. Place the pot in a sunny area.
Standard Rose 'Osiria' is a strong rose in an unusual colour combination. The petals are flaming red on the inside and white on the outside. This rose is ideal for planting in a pot, but you can also plant these special roses in the ground.
Standard Rose 'Osiria' should be pruned every spring. It's an easy process to follow and ensures that the roses flower and grow vigorously every year. In March remove all dead wood and reduce the main stems by about a third. Allow approximately five thick branches in total. The roses you receive from us have already been pruned, so you don't need to do prune for another 12-18 months. Remove any wild stems from its roots during the summer. You'll recognize a wild shoot by the many thorns and the seven piece leaves.Fertilize your roses regularly
Standard Rose 'Osiria' needs plenty of food to achieve a rich bloom. Therefore they need fertilizing on a regular basis. During winter put granulated cow manure around the base of the bush. Early spring apply a mixed organic fertilizer or bone meal and in July use a special rose fertilizer and it will be just perfect. Look on the package for the correct dosage.