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'How To Prune Rambling Roses'

What to do in the garden in October

…time to move trees and shrubs, and plant hedges. * • Hardwood cuttings can be taken now from deciduous shrubs. * • Prune climbing roses and rambling roses once they've finished flowering and tie in the stems before autumn winds cause damage. * • Clear up fallen rose leaves to prevent…

What to do in the garden in August

Prune summer flowering shrubs once they have finished blooming. * • Prune your Wisteria after flowering by removing all the whippy side-shoots from the main branch framework to about 20cm from their base (about five leaves from the main stem). * • Prune climbing roses and rambling roses

What to do in the garden in May

…climbing and rambling roses. Laying the stems horizontally will help to produce more flowers. * • Tie in your sweet peas with plant support rings to encourage them to climb. * • Prune spring-flowering shrubs after flowering. * • Cut back flowered shoots of Choisya to promote a second…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 1st November 2013

…dry, water your newly planted roses to ensure good root establishment. In February time, provided we're not experiencing extreme weather, prune your hybrid tea and floribunda roses to within 15cm (6รข ) of soil level. Climbing roses, rambling roses and shrub roses (including the wild species) should…