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This delightful rose is compact, fairly disease resistant and produces a large clusters of white, citrus scented blooms. Named after the New Zealand Antarctic research facility that in turn was named in honour of Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
Best grown in full sun in free draining soil rich in organic matter.
Dig a hole twice as wide and deep as the pot your rose comes in.
Backfill, mixing compost and sheep pellets in with your top soil.
Plant into the loosened soil.
Water deeply during the drier summer months.
In July, prune into an open vase shape, allowing air to flow through. Pruning cuts should be made at a 45 degree angle sloping away from a bud. Prune to an outward facing bud.
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Feed spring to autumn with Kings Slow Release Rose Food, or for a natural option top dress with sheep pellets and liquid feed during the warmer months with Kings Ocean Grow.