Climbing Roses

Radical Cutting of Climbing Rose Tree


hejourdain added on August 13, 2016 | Answered

I have in my garden a very well established (probably 30 years old) climbing rose tree, which branches I need to cut radically, as they are covering the most precious sunlight I will use to have a vegetable garden. I do not have the heart to cut this rose tree; however, I want to redirect its growth. Some branches have a 1 1/2 inch section.


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barbara leavitt
Answered on August 19, 2016

I have grown roses for years and the ones that climb take the most time cutting back each year.....If I were you I'd research the subject...it is complicated to answer here...if you want to save the rose as I do I'd contact a local gardening business to remove it and replant it somewhere else...b

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