Floribunda Rose 'Nina Weibull' - Shrub
When you receive your bare rooted Rose 'Nina Weibull', place in a bucket full of lukewarm water overnight. This climbing rose grows best when planted in the ground. Prepare a large hole and fill with good quality soil mixed with granulated cow manure. Spread the roots of the rose out and plant at the appropriate depth. The base of the stem should be about 5 cm below the soil surface, as they are sensitive to frost. If the soil and roots are dry, a bucket of water should be gently emptied into the planting hole. Fill the hole with the soil and continuously press with your foot. Plant in a sunny position so that it experiences a rich bloom. Support the foribunda with a sturdy stake.Rose 'Nina Weibull' makes a great combination plant
Rose 'Nina Weibull' has double flowers that produce an abundant and incessant display of flowers. They appear from June until the first night frost. Rose 'Nina Weibull' has an elegant growth habit and is easily combined in the flower border. You can make wonderful combinations with Astrantia Major 'Ruby Cloud' and Cosmos 'Flamingo'. You can also plant them next to a group of lavender or plant some tulips early in the year next to them and they will bloom beautifully.
Rose 'Nina Weibull' is a striking well-filled rose with fragrant flowers. The well-filled flowers of this glorious variety are a deep, blood-red. This rosebush is very strong and healthy, has a bush-like growth and produces lots of flowers.
To encourage new growth deadhead the faded flowers, right up to the first five leaflet leaf. It requires plenty of food in order to experience a rich bloom. Provide it with manure regularly; in the winter, place cow manure around its base. Give it a mixed organic fertilizer early in the spring and special rose manure in July to allow for a great bloom and growth. To protect its fragile roots during the winter, we recommend to make a small mound around its base.Rose 'Nina Weibull' needs to be pruned
Large-flowered Rose 'Nina Weibull' should be pruned every spring. Prune in March leaving only about five of the strongest branches. Prune all branches until there are 3-5 eyes left (these are dormant buds that are difficult to detect). Always cut at an angle so that rain water can drip off. Also remove any unwanted suckers from the roots and any growth that is either dead or diseased. The roses that you'll receive from us have already been pruned, so they only need to be pruned the following year.