Can a regular rose become a climbing rose?

Answer Regular roses that grow at least 5 to 7 feet tall can be trained to climb a fence, arbor or trellis. "Pegging" green rose canes by fastening them to a support with hooks forces the rose to develop ... Read More »

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How big do climbing rose roots get?

Depending on the variety, on average, climbing roses reach approximately 10 feet in height. Smaller varieties such as the Westerland reach a maximum height of 6 to 7 feet. The Climbing Cecile Brunn... Read More »

Can climbing rose bushes part for the sun?

Although roses in general prefer full sun exposure, some varieties of climbing roses can thrive in part shade. Patsy Cunningham of the Rhode Island Rose Society recommends Hybrid Musk Roses such as... Read More »

How much room does a climbing rose need on an arbor?

Inside the arbor structure, part of the wood should be visible between the masses of roses. That contrast will make the most impressive visual impact. According to Jeff Cox, the general rule is one... Read More »

How to Get Cuttings From a Climbing Rose Bush?

When you remove a cutting from a climbing rose bush, you can plant it to grow another bush. The cuttings will produce a replica of the original plant. Removing cuttings from a climbing rose bush d... Read More »