He added: “The spacing depends on the type and habit. Check catalog or label description.
“If you are replacing old roses with new roses, make sure you dig up the soil to a depth and width of 45 cm and exchange it with soil from a different part of the garden, as roses are prone to replant disease. There is a danger, which is also known as soil disease.
Gardeners should prune roses the first winter after planting, doing this important job in late winter or early spring. As with all roses, first remove dead, damaged and weak growth.
General ongoing care includes mulching as well as feeding every spring immediately afterward, keeping mulch clear of the rose stems.