Saturday, November 14, 2009

Do i have to cut climbing rose bush in the Fall?

Planted climbing rose bush in spring, it climbed it's green but no flowers yet is it normal?And do i have tu cut in down?

Do i have to cut climbing rose bush in the Fall?
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Reply:you should stop pruning by mid-August, only deadhead if the rose is still blooming. No you shouldn't cut it down before winter. The idea is for the rose to NOT put on any new growth between now and winter, because the new growth is tender and may get killed by the cold. Pruning/cutting back stimulates new growth. Alos roses in cold climates get alot of winter kill. Prune in early spring..
Reply:let it keep growing this fall, then prune back in january. It should start flowering next spring. Don't forget to fertilize it at the beginning of spring.
Reply:If you trim it it will bloom better. You want to trim it above a set of 5 healthy grouping og leaves. Usually you will want to cut it practically to the ground in the dead of winter when it gets too big.
Reply:Roses love abuse, trim it if you want, or not, either way. I just wait until my roses become too unruly and then I wack them back. Roses also LOVE fertilizer, I use Miracle Gro. This will most likely make them bloom. I used Miracle Gro on my wild roses this spring, gave them a Huge dose, and I had sooooo many blooms they weighted down the branches! Good Luck!
Reply:I think so.!

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