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Step 2 - Create a teepee. You can do this by gathering the poles at the top. Then, secure the poles using a plastic zip tie. Make sure it's tight. Afterwards, clip the tail of the zip tie off.
Once your rose is safely in its new location, replace the soil and compact it gently. Water it well and add more soil as needed to get the ground level up to about inch under the bud union (if you live in warmer winter climates approximately 1 to 2 inches under the soil if you live in colder winter climates). The soil should very wet at this point. Wait about a week and then begin your regular watering regime. Give you plant some time to get established. If you notice that leaf tips look shriveled, check the soil for dampness if dry be sure to water right away. Otherwise, give it time you can trim off the leaves if you desire.
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