Growing our RosesRose canes or root stock are planted in May and budded (grafted) in November and December each year by experienced budders from overseas. Caspar the budder and the patcher travel the world all year budding for rose nurseries. Caspar makes a slit in the rose cane, inserts the tiny new rose bud and the patcher follows behind and covers each bud with a latex rubber patch. From this tiny bud a new rose grows and this is then dug out of the ground the following winter.
For instructions on how to plant and care for your roses, click here.