How to care for Floribunda roses
Floribunda roses produce huge sprays of blooms that bloom constantly from summer to the first frost, making them a lovely addition to the yard. Floribunda roses prefer bright light and will thrive in a location with good air circulation but protection from severe winds.
Planting roses in the autumn (October-November) and early spring is great. Remove all packing and place the potted rose outside in a sunny position if you receive your rose in the summer. Keep well-watered and transplant into the ground or a large pot as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that the height of summer is a critical growth period for your plant, and there is a greater danger of root damage when planting or potting. Please exercise extreme caution.
Remove any packing and make sure the soil is wet if you receive your rose in the winter. To preserve your rose from frosts, store it in an unheated shed or greenhouse until early spring, when it's ready to plant.
How to Plant Floribunda Roses
Water your rose thoroughly an hour before planting it. In a separate container, combine soil, compost, and organic rose food. In the sunniest spot in your garden, dig a hole twice the width of the plant's container, in well-draining soil that won't grow soggy. If the soil is poor quality or clay-like, a layer of compost should be added to the subsoil. Also, if you live somewhere where there is a lot of wind, choose a location where your rose will be protected.
Remove the entire rose plant from its container and pluck out the roots with your fingers. Damaged or broken roses should be pruned, and the rose should be planted with the bud union at ground level. Fill up any gaps with the soil mix you created earlier, but don't pack the earth around the new rose too tightly.