Pruning & Training Climbing Roses

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Dear Creatives, Before the rains set in I want to get ready for helping my roses & climbing roses be in top shape. I also would like to prune & train my climbling rose bush to grow in & out of a trellis the Mr. built for me in the back yard. I was lucky enough to find out about Gardenieres a website full of tips for all of your garden needs. I thought you might enjoy this video on just how to get your roses in top shape & prune them properly. I know I found it really helpful.


Now when it comes to transplanting the plant it is a good idea to use the proper soil & also remember to give your roses Miracle Grow Rose food. Along with proper watering at the base of the plant. Two products I have tried & used to make my rose plants healthier are:

The Miracle-Gro 1 cu. ft. Garden Soil for Roses contains bonemeal to help grow beautiful blooms and iron to help prevent rose leaves from turning yellow. The garden soil works with existing soil to help build strong roots and contains Miracle-Gro Continuous Release Plant Food, which continues to feed your plants for up to 3 months.

Ortho Rose & Flower Insect Control Plus Miracle-Gro Plant Food feeds and protects in one easy step. The Dual Action formula provides up to 8 Weeks of systemic protection from insects plus 8 weeks of feeding. Contains Miracle-Gro Plant Food to grow bigger, more beautiful roses and flowers.

Thanks to the help of Miracle-Gro & Gardenieres I know that my garden roses are going to be healthier, along with being ready for some spring training. 

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I know where I live roses are one of the hardiest plants taking the heat & the cold. Maintaining them is easy with simple pruning, feeding & ensuring when you are planting or transplanting they have proper soil. Roses are way easier than I ever thought & so worth the investment. The pay off is one beautiful & fragrant yard.

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What type of roses do you have in your garden? 


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  1. Oh sad…my computer ate my first comment. 🙁

    I meant to say…I love roses and cannot wait until spring!!! 🙂

    1. Hi Joyness Sparkles, That is happened to me before, so I know what you mean. Me too love fall & spring. I just wish we didn’t have to go through winter to get there! lol

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