Monday, May 11, 2009

Can Rose bushes grown into a size of a tree ?

i was thinking to plant the rose on the ground, and leave without trimming/prunning them, will it grow into a size like a tree? i'm in malaysia, so we do not have to worry about winter. please give some advise. thanks.

Can Rose bushes grown into a size of a tree ?
Reply:You might be able to braid or twine several large canes loosely together to make a tree-like support. You would have a constant pruning job to maintain it.
Reply:Some of your climbing roses that are hearty will climb to the size of a tree,if they are well taken care of.
Reply:As far as I am aware, the only rose type that will get as large as a tree, are climbing roses. Of course, it also depends on what type of tree you are thinking of. Some

Standard roses can grow up to 6-8 feet high. Most are considered shrubs however, that grow 2-4 feet. Good Luck.
Reply:depends on the type of rose the larger varieties can grow to the size of a large shrub or small tree if you prune them they grow faster and produce more flowers :)
Reply:yeah ,just put rose on the top of a tree


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