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Joel
I purchased a Victory Rose/Glitter for mother's day and my wife loves it. My question is that there seems to be 5 different plants in the container and can I split them up and plant them individually or must they be planted all in the same group? What type of soil should they be planted in and can I use regular rose food once established? Thank you in advance for any information.
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Joel I agree with Support..So,it's better if you leave the plant how it is...Other wise the splitting and transplantation may effect the entire or a part of the rose plant...And coming to the care and soil fertility..You need to ensure proper care and I suggest a composite manure would be a very healthy food for any kind of plant you grow...
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It is best to not divide the individual plants that come in one pot. They have been growing together for so long and have many roots that are overlapping and woven together. Separating the cuttings would cause a lot of root breakage, in turn stressing the plant. Some may survive if they are separated, but there is a good chance that some will die as well. If you want to transplant the entire pot, you should go up one pot size and then as the plant grows continue to repot gradually. Going from a small pot to a much larger pot can cause difficulty with water management. A good potting media would consist of peat moss and perlite and regular rose fertilizer is a great way to keep the plant happy and healthy.
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