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Transplanting Climbers

Last post 01-02-2007 9:26 PM by Anonymous. 1 replies.
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  • 01-02-2007 9:17 PM

    Transplanting Climbers

    We received wonderful antique climbers as wedding gifts two years ago. The friend gave us one fast climber, one prolfiic bloomer and slow climer and suggested we plant them on opposite sides of a trellis we used in our wedding and they, like our marriage, would blend and grow into one yet remaintwo distinct individual plants. A lovley sentiment that is again in full bloom for their 3rd season. We may be selling our house, if so how can take this thoughtful gift with us?
  • 01-02-2007 9:26 PM In reply to

    Re: Transplanting Climbers

    Dig up as much of the root system as possible. 1 foot radius all around the stem and 1 foot deep. But not now. Wait till the fall when the rose bush is dormant. Prune the bushes back so that you can remove them from the trellis.
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