How to Prune and Train Climbing Roses

Climbing roses are the perfect plants to add height to a garden. Almost all climbers offer more than one stream of flowers, and the pruning season is from fall to winter, while the rose bush is dormant.

Unlike traditional roses, which can be more easily pruned, climbing roses only need to be pruned on the side shoots. This gradually builds a structure that can be tied to fences and walls.

Climbing roses should be pruned in winter. Most roses should be pruned in winter, with the sole exception of climbing roses, which should be pruned immediately after flowering.

In this handy Heirloom Roses video guide, owner Ben Hanna shows you the proper steps to prune and train your climbing rose.

We hope you enjoy this video about Pruning And Training Your Climbing Rose:

Source: Heirloom Roses

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