You will need
  • - pot;
  • - drainage;
  • loam;
  • humus is the earth.
  • - sand.
To transplant potted roses from spring to fall, although the most appropriate period is the spring and the early summer. Most often these plants are advised not to replant, and to handle in a new pot, without breaking the soil ball, because roses do not tolerate root damage. If the plant blooms, it is best to wait until the end of flowering.
Pick up a pot for the rose to three-four inches wider than the previous one. A new unglazed clay pot soak for two hours in warm water. If intended for transplanting roses in containers before something has grown, wash the pot with a stiff brush.
Pour on the bottom of the pot cm layer of drainage. In this capacity, for the roses, a good fit expanded clay. Liberally pour the plant settled water. The water temperature should be close to room. When the liquid is completely absorbed into the ground, turn the container with the flower, hold the plant by hand, and remove the rose from the old pot.
Pour into a new pot over the drainage a layer of potting soil a centimeter or half an inch. For indoor roses suitable substrate prepared with four parts of the turf, the same amount of humus soil and one part sand. Place the plant in the new pot and fill with soil space between a clod of earth and the container walls. Seal posypannoy the ground.
Spray the transplanted rose water and put in shade place. Through the day, you can move the flower at the lighted window, facing South or Southeast. If you brought the plant outdoors, it should heel in a pot in the ground to avoid overheating. A few days after handling the soil may settle. If this happens, mix in some land so that its level was two to three centimeters below the edge of the pot.
A month after transplanting the plant to begin to feed a solution of complex fertilizers. This should be done once in two weeks after the evening watering.