English rose FRIAR – bush rose, bred by D. Austin at the beginning of the breeder’s career. It is named under the impression of reading the Canterbury Tales. Due to technical reasons, FRIAR rose is not recommended for cultivation by David Austin Roses.

  • Group – English rose (English roses)
  • Main shape – bush
  • Height – from 90 cm
  • Diameter – from 60 cm
  • Bush shape – oval-rounded
  • Flower color – light pink
  • Number of petals – more than 40
  • Flower shape – cup shaped rosette
  • Flower size – 10 cm
  • Shape flowering – brush or single flowers
  • bloom type – recurring
  • Aroma – strong
  • foliage – green, dense, a great
  • escape – a long, thin, flexible
  • features – only collectible rose in a broad sell her no
  • resistance to powdery mildew – low
  • resistance to black spot low
  • cold resistance – 6-9 USDA zone
  • breeder – D. Austin
  • Catalog name – Friar
  • year of introduction in culture – 1969
  • Soil -all types
  • pH of- may be slight variations from the neutral
  • Drainage – binding
  • site – the sun / partial shade
  • container – yes
  • bole – yes
  • Types plantings – various flower-deciduous plantings

Caring for a FRIAR rose like this:

  • Planting for roses is the most important step in the care of them. The plant grows only in sunny areas with well-arranged drainage. The land should be loose, in order to pass in sufficient quantity of water and air to the root system, rich in nutrients.  
  • Watering. FRIAR rose is watered as needed – from 10 liters of water per 1 adult bush 2 – 3 times a week on average. In dry times, watering increases. If the plant grows in a container, then watering is usually more frequent. In both cases, it all depends on weather conditions.
  • Fertilizers are fertilized at least 2-3 times during the growing season. It can be both mineral fertilizers and organic. Another English roses varieties FRIAR give mineral complexes, which are introduced by spraying. For roses growing in pots, fertilizing increases, but the doses used are lower.
  • Pruning roses depends on the group to which it belongs. They do pruning twice: in the summer, faded parts are constantly pruned to stimulate the emergence of new flowers; Pot roses are also pruned.
  • Loosening and weeding the soil around the rose bush is necessary for FRIAR air circulation, moisture and nutrients for the root system. To minimize your work, use mulching. This agrotechnical technique will help reduce the number of weeds and leave the soil moist longer. This applies to container roses.  
  • Shelter for the winter is needed if the freezing temperatures are very low or in winter there are frequent long-term thaws that are abruptly replaced by minus. Be sure to cover the roses growing in pots.    

Enjoy your growing!

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