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Planting As Good As It Gets roses requires a bit of preparation to ensure they get off to a strong start. Begin by choosing a location with full sun and well-drained soil. Before planting, remove any weeds or grass and amend the soil with compost or well-rotted manure. Dig a hole that is slightly larger than the root ball of the rose plant, and set the plant in the hole so that the top of the root ball is level with the soil surface. Backfill the hole with soil, gently firming it down around the roots. Water the rose deeply, and add a layer of mulch around the base of the plant to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
Pruning is an important part of caring for As Good As It Gets roses, and can help promote healthy growth and abundant blooms. The best time to prune As Good As It Gets roses is in late winter or early spring before new growth begins. Start by removing any dead or diseased wood, cutting back to healthy, green wood. Then, prune back any crossing or rubbing branches, and remove any weak or spindly growth. When pruning, make clean cuts at a 45-degree angle just above a healthy bud.
For floribunda roses like As Good As It Gets, it's also recommended to remove one-third to one-half of the previous year's growth to encourage strong new growth and blooms. With regular pruning, your As Good As It Gets roses will stay healthy, vigorous, and bloom freely.
As Good As It Gets roses typically bloom in late spring or early summer, with occasional blooms throughout the growing season. The peak blooming period for As Good As It Gets roses lasts for several weeks, during which time the plants are covered in stunning, fragrant pink blooms and high-centre flowers. Depending on growing conditions and climate, some As Good As It Gets roses may bloom again in the fall, although this second blooming period is usually less prolific than the first. Overall, As Good As It Gets roses are valued for their long blooming period, disease resistance, and striking pink blooms that add beauty and fragrance to any garden or landscape.
A floribunda rose is a class of roses that are known for their prolific bloom production and hardy nature. Floribunda roses are the result of crossing hybrid tea roses with polyantha roses. They typically produce clusters of blooms, rather than the large single blooms of hybrid tea roses, and often have a sweet, fruity fragrance. Floribunda roses come in a wide range of colours, from soft pastels to bold, bright hues, and are often used in garden borders or as mass plantings for a colourful display. Floribunda roses are a popular choice for gardeners who want a low-maintenance rose that produces abundant blooms throughout the growing season.
Yes, As Good As It Gets roses are known for their strong fragrance. The scent is often described as sweet and fruity and can add a lovely aroma to any garden or bouquet. While the fragrance of As Good As It Gets roses varies depending on the variation and climate, they will always have a scent that adds to their overall appeal.
Including its truly amazing colour, the As Good As It Gets rose plants are ideal for repeat flowering. The high-centre flowers grow in large clusters and bloom freely throughout the appropriate growing season. This rose plant has stunning, shiny and dark leaves, enhancing the overall aesthetic of the flowers. The plant habit is low and compact, making it ideal for borders or beds. They are also available as bare root roses or potted roses.
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