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My landscaper has planted three iceberg roses in a lawn area where the grass is butted up to the trunk. Is this okay as the only way to feed them is with a liquid fertiliser and I’m concern this may limit the amount of roses that will be delivered.

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Hi Darrin

It is best to keep the grass away from the rose trunks. Your roses will do best with even a small garden bed around them. Roses perform well in clay soil with gypsum to unlock the nutrients, compost to feed as well as sheep pellets.

Happy gardening

Maria – Palmers garden consultant

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