For those who want to grow roses in adverse conditions, winter-hardy Canadian roses were bred, while retaining their decorative effect. Due to the fact that they differ from other varieties of roses with high resistance to common diseases, frost resistance and unpretentiousness, they are often used to decorate parks. To get bright roses saturated color twice a year, you should know certain rules for caring for rose Canadian selection.
In this article we consider the most popular varieties of Canadian rose park, how to plant it and care for it.
Planting and caring for the Canadian rose
For successful cultivation, you must purchase a grafted seedling, and then be sure to prepare a place for planting. You can plant in the sun and in partial shade on any soil, the rose will grow the same. To do this, you need to dig a planting hole 70x70x70 cm in size and fertilize it (humus, wood ash, peat, compost, and complex fertilizer, taken in equal shares). When planting, it is recommended to deepen the rose by 5-10 cm. In order for the young bush to form a sufficiently powerful root system, it is necessary to protect it in the first year of life, especially in winter.
HOW TO PLANT CANADIAN ROSES IN GROUND
For a successful first wintering, it is necessary to make a hill around the base, 15-20 cm high, of earth and sand.
Further, the Canadian rose requires minimal care:
- After winter, you need to prune broken branches.
- In the summer, at high temperatures, watering, although these roses grow well in drought.
- Top dressing is carried out seasonally: with nitrogen - in the spring, phosphorus and potassium - in the summer. This contributes to more lush flowering, but not necessarily.
- In preparation for the wintering branches, which spikes break off, cut out.
- Reproduction is carried out very easily from cuttings.
- Most varieties do not need pruning for decorative bush.
Canadian Rose Varieties
Roses of Canadian selection are divided into two groups:
- parkland ("Parkland Roses") - there are various colors, flowers of a more subtle form, but do not have a fragrant smell, among them there are no wobbling varieties. These are “Cuthbert Grant”, “Hope for Humanity”, “Morden Belle”, “Morden Blush”, “Morden Centennial”, “Morden Ruby, Prairie Joy, Winnipeg Parks, Cape Diamond,
- explorer (“The Explorer Roses”) - these include mostly fragrant and strutting varieties, 1-3 m high. These are “Alexander MacKenzie”, “John Cabot”, “Lambert Closse”, “Quadra”, “Louis Jolliet” and “ Marie-Victorin.
In Canada, a new group of roses is being developed - Canadian Artist, which is notable for its very high frost resistance (up to -45 ° С).
If you plant Canadian winter-hardy roses in your flower garden, you will not regret it, as they are beautiful both during the flowering period and the fruits left on the flowering branches.
In the previous chapters, the agrotechnology of roses belonging to different groups was described in detail, with the main attention being paid to the most demanding hybrid tea and climbing roses. For those who are just beginning to grow roses, it may give the impression that this is too difficult an exercise that is inaccessible for beginners. But this is not at all the case.
Many groups of roses, and their range is constantly expanding, to grow no more difficult than the usual perennials and shrubs. It is to those who want to grow roses, but can not spend on them too much time or does not have great knowledge and experience in growing roses and this chapter is turned.
The most difficult thing in growing roses is their winter shelter. It is difficult enough to cover properly, safely and in time, and to open roses in spring. But there are roses that do not require complex shelter, and there are those that do not need to be covered. These are primarily garden forms and varieties of wild species, i.e. rose hips.
Many of them are very decorative, bloom profusely and continuously, have a bright and varied color of flowers, a pleasant smell. Especially a lot of valuable varieties that grow well in the North-West, in a wrinkled rose (rugoza). As already mentioned, the classification adopted in Russia combines all such roses into a park group.
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Marina Marine - 08/25/2018
I was in Delenke the other day, it's Moscow time. Golubinskaya st. I ordered 3 plants for a trial, I will tell you that it is expensive, the prices are not the most interesting, and the plants are in a very bad condition. They fool our brother ((((
Inna Gurimskaya - 08/18/2018
Hello. Please tell me when will be able to see the video of flowering roses
Show the roses as grown over the summer !! Please !! I want to order.
Annie Ovcharenko - 07/29/2018
I ordered only Austin's roses in the same place, out of 10 roses only one with a reprimand, I sent a pritenzy and see how they answer.
Tatyana Chushkina - 07.22.2018
Garshinka is the most reputable online store. They work well and quickly only with garden bloggers. For almost two months I was waiting for my parcel. Some nerves were sent in June in the very heat. The quality of the goods is disgusting - there are no 3 out of 6 positions. And don't mess with them. And you huge DIZLAYK.
Yuliya Danilova - 06/25/2018
So hypocritically, this praised Garshinka does not even respond to letters !!
Igor Smirnov - 05/28/2018
Wherever you go all over this year Garshinka is being advertised ... and you saw the "POWERFUL root" right through the dark cellophane ... dizlik-psychics
Julia Flammentanz - 05/08/2018
Yes, the fact that garshinka presented all such parcels is a garden world fact, a fruitful vegetable garden, and now you, by the way, then ordered a good online store there many times, but once the tulips did not reach me, the transport company smoothed it up and offered me to choose the other one goods and delivery are already at their expense, I also like the goods for me and brother's roses and other plants by the way if no one paid me for what I was writing
Svetlana Shkurkina - 07/05/2018
This year she ordered roses from Spiridenko from Rubtsovsk for 200 rubles each. The roots are even better than those you planted this year.
Svetlana Shkurkina - 07/05/2018
I ordered in Garshinka clematis and delphiniums. Clematis came with huge lashes, everything was messed up, I had to cut it. The roots were in excellent condition, the delivery to Kaluga was 3 days-DPD. But only the order was formed for more than a month. That's what all complaints have to do, and all are excellent.
Evgeny Ltd - 05/07/2018
Hello. In your garden grows a climbing tree, can you buy shoots from you?
Natalya Ryzhikova - 05/06/2018
Hello Sergey Anatolyevich and Yulia. You can ask, and in the park roses the buds are large or small, how long does the flower hold and what kind of bush does it have? I want those too. But I have a small area. Thanks again for the video and for the story. Masha - the main host, special thanks.
Lyudmila Muratova - 05/04/2018
Well, that's what the people are. There is no, in order to be happy for the people, you should definitely pour your poison on it. If you have good planting material, why not order an advertisement to be done. Thank you for all the useful advice.
Olga B. - 05/04/2018
I look forward to landing. Bushes are really cool! Beautiful bloom, and you health and prosperity!
ANNA IVA - 05/03/2018
Christine Carpenter - 03/05/2018
Glad to see you, thanks for the video, Like. Are they sellers or manufacturers? What varieties are bought?
Eugene Evgesha - 05/03/2018
They would say directly that they sent saplings for review, why be shy?) I subscribed to your channel 3 years ago, I made several hundred grafts from that time, almost everything takes root, rooted apples and pears on the tree.
Victoria Omelaenko - 05/03/2018
Hello dear Sergey Anatolevich and Julia!
Subtleties of planting and growing Canadian roses
Thank you for the helpful tips! I really like Irga, but it gives shoots, how to deal with it, I would like to know your opinion! Thank!
Eva Rostochek - 03.05.2018
Julie is so cool 🙂
Nadezhda S - 05/03/2018
We would love to come over to you, so videos are very rarely released. # 128532
Canadian rose care
Despite the unpretentiousness of the Canadian rose, in order to get the bush to bloom twice a year, you need to pay attention to these undemanding beauties of the garden and organize simple care.
- Pruning is best done in early spring, removing damaged, frozen and dried shoots. When pruning the roses in the autumn, the seasons can “confuse” and start growing in November, if persistent frosts do not occur.
- Canadian roses are responsive to top dressing: nitrogenous in spring and phosphorus-potassium in mid-summer after the first abundant flowering of the bush.
- Despite their drought tolerance, “Canadas” require watering during hot and dry summer months, as well as abundant watering during feeding.
The ability to tolerate low winter temperatures frees flower growers when caring for the Canadian rose in the southern areas from the painstaking annual work on the shelter of bushes for the winter. But in the northern areas (Leningrad, Novgorod, Murmansk regions) shelter for the winter will not be superfluous. As the bush which has frozen out to the basis will be restored to the middle of summer and will not give plentiful flowering.
For the Canadian rose to winter with the least loss, it is enough:
- to carry out mulching with loose compost ground of the bush base (2-3 buckets).
- bend the shoots to the ground and "pin" their tree slingshots.
- upon the onset of persistent frosts (-5-7 o C), it is necessary to cut off all unblown buds and cover the bushes with covering material, securing at the edges with a load
- if possible during the winter it is advisable to throw snow on the bushes - this will significantly improve the wintering of the rose.
- with the spring opening of the bushes, it is not necessary to tighten them, because under the effect of melt water and high temperature shoots can support, it is better to open the roses in the middle of March.
The rejuvenating spring pruning of Canadian roses can be done once every few years, cutting out old woody branches without young growths, on which the bark is peeled off. If you do not know how frost-resistant the acquired variety of Canadian roses is, it is better to spend a simple winter shelter than save yourself from frustration.
Planting Canadian Rose
Canadian roses love sunny places, but are well tolerated and partial shade. When choosing a site for planting, it is better to stop at a well-ventilated lighted area, but you should not place the bush under the scorching rays of the summer sun during the day. For planting a Canadian rose plant, a planting pit 70x70 cm in size is prepared in advance and filled with fertile non-acidic soil with the addition of humus, peat, wood ash and complex fertilizer. The grafted shrub is preferably buried by 5-10 cm to give the opportunity to develop a powerful root system.
It is possible to create a living blooming hedge from the variety you like by cutting it - this is the most economical way:
- cuttings cut from powerful healthy annual shoots 20-25cm long,
- all sheet plates are removed, except for the top two,
- cuttings are planted in a prepared trench at a fixed place at an angle, deepening to the first leaf,
- the distance between the cuttings depends on the height of future bushes (from 40 to 100 cm), which is ½ of the height of an adult plant,
- after planting, the cuttings of the Canadian rose are covered with plastic transparent bottles, hay or grass from the bright sun, and left to hibernate.
In the spring, rooted cuttings of Canadian rose produce strong shoots, after which you can already arrange the usual care.
How to grow canadian roses
Flower growers are special people. They are divided into numerous hobby groups - hostomans, geochervods, collectors of rarities, lovers of small-onions or rhododendrons, etc. Sometimes priorities change, and then a person planting peonies or daylilies, suddenly “falls ill” with tiarellas or gentians. Rose growers, in their own way “sick” people, occupy a niche in this diverse and multi-faceted community. Think not sick? Of course, the sick! Well, what, you say to a normal person from a generally accepted point of view, will dig deep holes in lean loam, taking out the lower barren layer to a nearby wasteland on a wheelbarrow (or carrying buckets) to mix peat, humus and oatmeal (!) Straw with sand , going through it all with his hands and rubbing the lumps that come across with his fingers. Rosarian! Who rolls his eyes to the sky, hearing the words caressing the ear: "horse manure"? Rosarian! The same rosewood who studies the heat-saving properties not only of fir twigs and lutrasil, but also of mineral wool, isopenol and heat-flex. But how! After all, roses need to cover for the winter! In severe cases, all other plants are generally on the periphery of interests - they exist solely in the context of planning and organizing the next rosary, as filling and shading cultures.
Well, how can there be an ordinary, ordinary amateur gardener, in whose garden phloxes, lilies, decorative leafy plants peacefully coexist, and at the same time he really wants to decorate the plot with roses? For those who consider “real” roses to be too complex a culture, there is an alternative - Canadian breeding roses, bred specifically for cold climates, or as simpler as possible.
called - Canadian roses.
On the Russian market, these plants are not so long ago - just a few years, but this time was enough to love the northern beauties and delve into the subtleties of caring for them. Honestly ... - yes, no special subtleties were discovered by our rosewood producers.
Of course, Canadians are not as sophisticated as hybrid tea roses, not as fragrant as English roses, not as spectacular as climbing, but they have many other advantages: endurance and unpretentiousness, excellent winter hardiness and beautiful flowers of rich color.
These roses bloom in our strip in two waves, the second is less abundant. If you do not remove faded shoots, bushes are decorated with numerous orange fruits, which also looks quite decorative in the fall. They practically do not require shelter for the winter, and have another very important advantage - they are perfectly grafted and continue to grow on their own roots. Thus, acquiring only one plant, you can, without prejudice to the wallet, propagate a favorite rose.
Despite the unpretentiousness, a place for a purchased grafted plant should still be prepared properly - dig a planting hole, add to the earthen mixture all sorts of "goodies" in the form of humus, peat, compost, complex fertilizer and ash. Grafted rose, plant, as is customary to plant them - deepening the graft 3-5 cm. Rather, it is better to plant the graft at ground level when planting, over time the bush will settle just 3-5 cm due to further soil compaction during watering.
In the first winter for insurance, it is possible and necessary to pile up the base of a bush (15-20 cm high) with a mixture of earth and sand in equal parts, but in subsequent years this procedure is completely unnecessary. Roses overwinter perfectly without hilling, bending down shoots and shelter, although some gardeners in some other years canadas frost over the level of snow cover. But this is not at all scary, believe me! How frostbitten - so grow!
In five years, I’ve been freezing the ends of Alexander MacKenzie varieties twice. The winter period of 2007–2008 was very favorable for roses - uninspired bushes wintered “standing” and kept the shoots intact along their entire length. Of course, it should be borne in mind that much depends on the specific conditions and microclimate of your site.
Young roots of Canadian rose After proper planting, care for the bushes is reduced only to regular fertilizers, treatment for diseases and sanitary pruning.
After the first wintering of the Canadians, I with some caution shoveled a pile in order to check the status of the vaccination. A surprise was waiting for me here - plump white roots coming from the scion shoots, i.e. varieties. By the middle of summer, the bushes were overgrown, spread out, and I had the opportunity to cut the green cuttings from the flowering branches and check whether the spring “splash” of root-forming activity really is a pleasant feature of the Canadas.
The cuttings of the Alexander MacKenzie, Morden Centennial and WilliamBaffin grades, 20-25 cm long, were planted deep enough (15-20 cm) in a permanent place with fertile soil. Rooting was almost one hundred percent!
Planting pits were not prepared for the own-rooted future bushes - in the right place the top layer of soil was dug up with the addition of several buckets of compost, ash and complex fertilizer. The cuttings were covered with paper bags from the sun, and from above, mini-greenhouses constructed of five-liter plastic bottles from under the water. With sufficient watering, the young plants jerked in growth so that in the second half of August, the newspaper-bottle protection had to be removed, and the buds were cut off from some particularly nimble cuttings.
In the fall, the grafted Canadas were filled with earth, which was removed in the spring after the soil thawed. Despite the rather severe subsequent winter, all the cuttings turned out to be alive and well, and at the end of the summer they were already small flowering bushes.
Characteristics of some varieties in the conditions of growing the middle band:
ModernCentennial is a beautiful, hardy and abundantly blooming rose up to 1 m high. Very decorative! Timely removal of wilted flowers prolongs flowering. The second wave of flowering - not too abundant. Black spot is moderately affected. The smell is gentle, weak.
Alexander MacKenzie is a tall and sprawling bush. The very high resistance to black spot in our lane promised on the Canadian site was not too high. Все-таки, подмосковный климат с его обилием осадков вносит свои поправки. У некоторых растений этого сорта цветы обгорают на солнце, края лепестков подсыхают, обесцвечиваются. Такие кусты нужно сажать так, чтобы в полуденные часы их закрывала легкая тень.
Adelaide Hoodless – в одних источниках упоминается как мощный куст высотой до 2-х метров, по другим сведениям «не слишком превышает высоты трех футов». My second option is growing - a low rose with red semi-double flowers, gathered in large inflorescences, sometimes giving out individual shoots up to 1.20 m high. Resistance to black spot is medium. The first two years after planting the bush developed very weakly, but now, having got stronger, it pleases with huge tassels of bright flowers that bloom all summer.
William Baffin - maybe this sort of disappoint someone, because too much like an ordinary dog rose, but it has a lot of merit. Bush strong-growing, very hardy, blooms almost constantly throughout the summer, the autumn is decorated with orange fruits, among which continue to appear single flowers. Speaking of flowers, they are pink semi-double, and they have a special charm, which they are given by light colors at the base of the petals (individuality!) And bright yellow stamens (attractiveness!). The smell is very weak or absent. This variety is really resistant to the state of emergency in the Moscow region.
DavWilliam Baffin2 (Thompson - decorative just as much as you would expect from a regular rosehip - a poured rose rugosa both in appearance and endurance.
Prairie Joy - in the flowering bush is very beautiful - all strewn with large double flowers of pink color with delicate tints. Disease resistance is good.
Powdery mildew was not observed on Canadian roses.
What to say in conclusion? In order not to dive into the "pink disease" immediately, start small - with Canadian roses. They perform not only the function "elementary school rosarian" but will remain with you in the garden, because you need to make great efforts to their ruin.
But even if you do not want to complicate your dacha life by buying real roses, you can still plant Canadian roses - with minimal care, beautiful bushes will grow in your flower beds and hedges and delight you with bright flowers and decorative fruits.
Park roses - preparation for winter
Park roses are called all types and varieties of cultivated wild rose. This name they received due to their landscape decorative appearance and use in landscaping parks and squares.
With proper care, park roses form strong, strong bushes that bloom and bear fruit. They can be planted singly, in groups, in the form of hedges and borders.
How to prepare park roses for winter?
Another important property of park roses, in addition to their high ornamentation, is the ability to winter without much shelter. In general, of all varieties of roses, park ones are the most winter-hardy. Most of them do not require shelter at all, or it may be minimal.
If you are not sure what exactly the variety of park roses grows on your site, it is better to prepare them for the winter. Shelter will at least save their roots from excess moisture and create a favorable microclimate for the trunk. Protective layer Kraft paper, burlap or lutrasila protecting plants against temperature changes that trigger winterkilling branches.
Do park roses pruned for winter?
In principle, the park rose perfectly well without an annual crop, but over time the flowers bloom and shrinking becomes so spectacular. To stimulate the formation of new basal growth and the renovation of old and diseased shoots in autumn park roses are subjected to a small formative pruning.
How to cut park roses for the winter: before wintering, all strong gains shorten centimeters by 5-10. Rather, it resembles pinching, which is intended to stimulate the formation of next-year flowering shoots next year. At the same time, when cutting is removed infection sources tops shoots are often infected with powdery mildew.
How to cover park roses for the winter?
Preparation of park roses for winter begins in August. You need to stop loosening the soil and water the bushes. Before the onset of the first frosts, it is necessary to pile up bushes by 15-20 cm with peat or loose earth.
A good option for covering the park roses - spruce spruce branches, which need to cover the top foil and sprinkle with peat or soil.
But the most reliable way to shelter - dry. To do this, you need to install wooden stops or boxes along the bushes, on top of which boards or shields fit closely together, and to protect them from snow, they are additionally covered with roofing boards. The ends of the beds first leave open, but with the onset of frost, and close them. Boards and roofing keep the soil at the bushes dry.
Preparing gladioli for winter
Bright arrows of royal gladioli decorate our flower beds and gardens from mid-summer until autumn.
The more magnificent the better?
In the botanical classification, roses are divided into three types, according to the number of petals in a flower. So simple roses have a maximum of seven petals in a flower and look unusual for ordinary people, but, nevertheless, they are very beautiful and elegant. Semi-double roses have from 8 to 20 petals, and terry roses more than 20 representing the height of magnificence and velvety, these two types of roses are more often presented. Of course the more petals, the luxurious and sophisticated flower, but in many respects the value rose flower depends on the color, which is often symbolic.
The language of color is short but eloquent.
White roses are considered to be a symbol of purity and innocence, for this reason they are often presented at a wedding, as opposed to red, which express insane passion and fervent feelings. It is a symbol of admiration, admiration and eternal love. If the white rose testifies more about platonic feelings, then the red one expresses passion and passionate desires that are burning with desire, being a constant symbol of love. To varying degrees, it can also express affection and appreciation, as at all times gave red roses as a sign of respect and admiration. By combining white and red roses in one bouquet, you can express harmonious love, i.e. the unity of not only two bodies, but also a shower. Burgundy roses, like scarlet, mean an ardent feeling of love and are considered a traditional gift on Valentine's Day.
Pink color, being a noble symbol of elegance and sophistication, testifies to gratitude and pride, and also informs about tender emotions and a sense of admiration of the donor. So a bouquet of pink roses can hint at a feeling that may flare up in the near future.
Features of Canadian varieties of roses, the rules of care and planting
Yellow roses personify care, friendship, recognition and admiration, therefore they often present the hero of the occasion to congratulate and express pride in their achievements. They also indicate a desire for reconciliation among the quarreling lovers. Giving orange roses you can express the best wishes, warm feelings and enthusiasm, and by giving peach roses you can celebrate the successful completion of business, emphasizing a warm attitude, the joy of meeting, and also gratitude.
The meaning of the colors of roses with green petals is interpreted as a desire for abundance and fecundity, since this color indicates generosity, balance and stability. The black color is elegant, but in the language of roses it serves as an emblem of sadness and a symbol of death. Blue or blue roses talk about mystery, and tea roses traditionally report about the upcoming parting.
The main advantages of Canadian rose
The varieties of Canadian roses are so resistant to cold that they can grow even in Alaska. The plant is not killed at -45 ° C, it is not afraid of sharp temperature gradients, the stems quickly reversed if peremorznut. These roses are distinguished by lush and long flowering, all summer and autumn, up to the first cold weather, they will decorate your site. Canadian roseresistant to diseases and pests, easily tolerates shade and does not suffer from a lack of lighting. The plant is unpretentious to the conditions, it is more pleasure to care for it than a duty. Shrubs have a beautiful shape, thick, lush foliage of bright shades, large flowers of various colors.
Popular varieties of Canadian roses
The assortment of Canadian selection roses is represented by two groups: park and climbing roses. Let's talk about those and other details. The first group is resistant to drought, easy to maintain. These varieties look good in a single planting, and in different formulations, they easily take root in any areas. Park roses bloom in May in lush flowers, in which there are about a hundred petals. Petals of a various color: from snow-white to an ink shade. The difference between them is that, ottsvetaya in July, after some rest rose blooms again and blooms until the first frost. After flowering, roses are decorated with bright fruits, which also adds decoration to them.
Park Canadian roses are presented in the following varieties:
- John davis - a variety with soft pink flowers and a pronounced aroma. In the inflorescence in the form of a brush from 10 to 15 flowers are collected. Shrub reaches 2.5 m in height, crown diameter up to 2 m.
- John franklin - low bush up to 1.5 m, crown about 1 m in diameter. The flowers of this variety resemble a carnation: red and terry, with a fringe on Kant. Bush blooms and single flowers and buds.
- Morden sunrise - This is a compact bush in a meter high and with the same width. Blooms large bright orange flowers.
- Martin frobisher - the first grade of this group. It grows shrubs up to 8 m tall. The branches have almost no thorns, the flowers are collected in brush-like inflorescences of a pale pink shade.
- Quadra - shrub with flexible shoots, well developed on supports, shoots grow to 1.5 m in length. Blooms the entire warm period of the year with bright red flowers.
Soil preparation for planting seedlingsBefore planting, prepare a place and ground. Hole dug size 70x70 cm It is necessary to fill the hole with loose non-acidic soil, fertilized with a complex of organic and mineral compounds. As organic matter you can use humus, peat, fine wood ash. After planting, seedlings are desirable to pile up.
Modes of watering and fertilizing the soil
Watering roses is carried out from spring to summer inclusive. You need to water in the morning or in the evening, 2-3 times a week. During heavy rains watering is not needed. Ensure that the soil is well moistened. Water under the root, trying not to fall on the leaves and shoots. In late summer and autumn, watering is not necessary so that late shoots do not grow. Top dressing of roses is carried out the next year after landing. In the spring, apply liquid mineral fertilizer after watering.
Pruning bushesEvery year the bushes need trimming. Remove old and damaged branches, growing young growth. In this way you will form a crown and send nutrients to flowering branches. After flowering, remove the branches that do not give inflorescences. All places slices necessarily process garden pitch.
The main ways of reproduction of Canadian roses at home
The simplest and most popular methods of breeding canadas are dividing the bush, layering and offspring, grafting. Climbing roses better take root cuttings or layering. So they take root and endure winter better. Park roses are best propagated by layering. They form their own root system at the end of the year.With this method, a groove is dug near the adult bush, into which, without separating from the parent bush, the middle part of the branch is laid. The stem is pressed with a clip made of a piece of wire. It is desirable in the part of the stem, which will be in the ground, make an incision for the formation of its own roots. Branch sprinkled with earth, on the surface remains part with leaves and two buds. If the layering is not allowed to take roots, they are left for the winter, covering with peat. Separated from the bush in the spring.
Perhaps the easiest method of breeding roses - the division of the bushes. The division of the bush is best done before the buds bloom. Shrubs gently dig and pruning shears into several parts. Each bush should have branches and roots. If necessary, the shoots pruned, leaving only a few buds. All sections to lubricate garden pitch, after a dip in a mixture of clay and humus and planted in the soil.
Lignified or green cuttingsReproduction of lignified cuttings occupation is more tedious than the same method, but green. Harvest similar cuttings at the end of autumn from stems half a centimeter thick. Ready cuttings stored in refrigerator wrapped in pre-humidified moss or peat, to spring planting. Green cuttings are cut from young shoots grown in the current year. The best time for this is the period before flowering. Cutting length up to 10 cm, 2-3 buds must be present. The lower part is cut at an angle, the stalk is placed in the water to obtain the roots. Water needs to be changed. These cuttings can be planted immediately - they are well acclimatized.
Well-groomed, blooming garden - the pride of any gardener. Canadian roses - one of the most unpretentious types of roses for the garden or a country house.