Rose tanigino 'Neige d'été'

White, near white or white blend Hybrid Musk.
Common name : Rose tanigino 'Neige d'été'
Scientific name : Rosa moschata
Family : Rosaceae
Category : Shrubs
Type of plant : Perennial
A medium-sized - 47" to 4' 11" (120 to 150 cm) - almost thornless upright hybrid musk, with small (1.5"), semi-double creamy white flowers, 12 to 16 petals in large clusters, cupped bloom form, and semi-glossy, light green foliage.

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Caracteristics

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Frost-resistance High
Zone USDA 6b
Height 120 - 150
pH 6 - 7

Plant my rose 'neige d'été'

The planting is done ideally from September to March, in frost-free conditions, especially with bare roots. In this case, a good drench (put mud on the roots) will make a huge difference. Plant in soil that is fertile, cool, well drained, humus rich, and not too chalky in direct sunlight (what do you mean that's asking for the moon?). Prune damaged roots and shorten branches to 25 cm. Plant without burying the root collar, tamp down well around the roots, and water generously when planted. Form a little planting basin if you plant late for watering during the first year.

Fertilize my rose 'neige d'été'

Timeless advice from Groww: fertilize as a preventative measure in November. Be reasonable, roses just need a little organic fertilizer (manure, compost, etc), 100g/m² is enough. Nothing is stopping you from testing out a few of your own little recipes (banana peels for minerals, coffee grounds against aphids), but Groww provides no guarantee! Avoid mulching with fresh wood during the blooming period.

Prune my rose 'neige d'été'

Prune your 'Neige d'été' at the end of winter. Remove old canes and dead or diseased wood and cut back canes that cross. In warmer climates, cut back the remaining canes by about one-third. In colder areas, prune a little more. To avoid black stumps under the cuts, always cut just above a bud (an "eye" in gardener language) without leaving several centimeters of wood to rot. Work with pruners or a branch cutter, always keeping the counter blade on top so as to only crush the falling branch. Regularly disinfect your blade to prevent transferring diseases.

Water my rose 'neige d'été'

Water abundantly but not too frequently, so that the roots will fetch water deeper. Water thoroughly until the soil is wet and a small puddle forms around the tree.

Mulch my rose 'neige d'été'

Roses hate competition, so either you love to hoe, and you hoe every two weeks, or you mulch twice a year in order to have 3-4 cm of straw or wood on the ground. Mulch with what you have with a reasonable quantity: a little (very very little) bit of grass cuttings, dry leaves, or even compost, not yet thoroughly decomposed before winter. The importance is to cover.

Check on my rose 'neige d'été'

Pay particularly close attention to damage to the bark or the wood. The numerous attacks that your roses are subjected to when it comes to their leaves (black spots, insects, aphids) are less dangerous to their health.

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