The first and foremost step in rose gardening is selecting the appropriate variety of rose suited to our environment. Usually bud grafting is used for rose cultivation, as since it yields blossoms without much delay.
First we need a one feet deep pot to prepare the pot mixture. When doing rose gardening, the soil mixture must include red soil, loose soil, cow dung powder, and stone pieces. Next, plant the grafted portion in such a way that, it protrudes above the ground for at least two inches. If the graft is bought from a nursery, make sure that that the grafted area is protected and undisturbed while removing the plastic cover. Then irrigate the pot and move the pot to a place where it receives a minimum of eight hours sunlight. Make sure that the pots are kept at a distance of one-to-two feet apart so that there is air circulation between them. It is always better to keep the rose apart from other plants so as to avoid pest attacks. For rose gardening, roses which are an year old can be used. The ones which have not budded are the best because they have more reproductive ability.