I bought one of these from our garden center and on top of the pot was what looked like some type of dried brown peat moss. When I transplant it into the garden do I cover this up with the potting soil or do I leave it as is? I never come across this result when planting the other roses. Thanks a lot.
If it is peat moss, you can cover it up. Some garden centers use it as a soil amendment or ingredient in potting soil. You should be fine.
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