WHERE TO PLANT ROSES?
Thanks for writing. If the stump has primarily rotted away, it sounds like a very good place to plant your roses. If the stump is still rotting, the soil may be low in nitrogen because as microbes break down the stump, they consume nitrogen. So if the leaves look a little pale, giving your roses a little extra fertilizer may help.
---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com
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