Formation
The height of a climbing rose can reach seven meters. The necessary conditions for successful cultivation are sunny place, regular pruning, garter to the supports before the beginning of the growing season and removal from the supports, followed by careful shelter of the lashes for the winter.
The correct garter of climbing roses stimulates the formation of new flowers, therefore the whips are tied up so that they are arranged horizontally or in the form of a spiral (for climbing varieties). Vertical fixing of the shoots stimulates the growth of a large number of leaf mass and replacement shoots, makes the bushes more magnificent, but the flowering will be weak and short. The peculiarity of climbing roses is that the flowers appear along the entire length of the stems formed horizontally.
Young climbing roses need to be formed initially so that their shoots grow in the direction you need. The main shoots are distributed on the wall, support or fence in the form of a fan, it stimulates the formation of numerous lateral lashes.If climbing rose is grown around a pillar or column, its lashes are fixed on a support in a spiral.
Climbing roses have no tendrils like other climbing vines. They do not have the ability, like winding vines, to twist around a support, therefore they must be tied up with a support to the wire. The wire should be in a plastic winding. Metal wire for these purposes is not suitable. You can use twine, but it is more convenient to work with wire.
It is not necessary to tie the lash tightly. When wire is wrapped, there should be free space, since the lashes will continue to grow not only in length, but also in thickness. It is very important not to overstretch the wire or rope too much so as not to damage the shoots.
Use in landscape design
Support for climbing roses can be installed anywhere in the garden: above the gate or gate, above the walkway, at the entrance to the house, near the wall of the house. Support can serve as a fence, arbor. An interesting element of landscape design will be a tower of roses, when plants are grouped around a tall stand and twist around it.
Climbing roses are often used to decorate the walls of country houses.They are better placed under the window, and not in the wall between the windows. This will cause the bush to grow in width. Roses are tied to the wall with special wire fixtures, which are hammered into the wall with one side.
Climbing roses can be draped not only fences and pillars.
It looks beautiful old tree, entwined with climbing roses. But it is best to fasten the stalks of roses on a large-celled wooden lattice with a cell size of 30x30 cm. It is convenient to tie rods of roses to the lattice, and then it is easy to untie and remove them for the winter to put in shelter.
Climbing Rose - Care
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Climbing Rose - Care

Tip 2: How to plant a rose on the window

Roses can be grown not only in the garden - dwarf varieties feel great on the windowsill. Care for the rose is easy. Try to plant one plant - it is possible that after a successful experience you will want to expand your mini-garden.
How to plant a rose on the window

Plant and grow: rooting and handling roses


Roses can be grown from cuttings or purchase already formed plants. Cuttings are cut from green shoots with crust beginning to harden. The cuttings are carried out in May or June, and the segments are taken from heavily blooming rose bushes.Suitable for rooting cuttings with several buds. They should be planted in a special soil for roses. After planting, the cuttings are covered with a glass bell, and after 15 days, when the plants take root, they begin to water. When the plant develops a measles system, it is transplanted into a pot. For the best rooting of cuttings it is recommended to use phytohormones.You can try to root and a bouquet of roses. However, such a flower is hardly suitable for the room, it is better to plant it in the garden.
Purchased dwarf blooming roses should also be transplanted. For the flower you need to prepare a small pot with nutrient soil and good drainage. The pink bush is removed from the old pot, the substrate is removed from the roots, and then the plant is placed in a new container. After transplanting a rose, you need to remove all the flowers and buds - this procedure stimulates further abundant flowering. Transplanting adult bushes is best done at the end of the summer.

How to care for indoor roses


The best place for pink bushes is a bright southwest or southeast window. Flowers tolerate temperature drops well, but they cannot stand drafts.In the period of active growth and flowering roses need a bright diffused light. If daylight is not enough, provide plants with artificial light.
Roses need abundant watering with soft water. If the air in the room is too dry, place the pots with plants on a tray covered with pebbles and constantly moisten it. Keep the water from stagnating in the soil. The air around the roses should be sprayed. From time to time, additional fertilizing with a full complex fertilizer is required. But do not overdo it, otherwise the rose will increase the green mass to the detriment of flowering.If the air in the room is too dry, buy a household humidifier.
In the autumn, after the end of flowering, watering is reduced. The plant can be taken out into the garden and buried in the ground. Roses can winter in the basement or other cool dark room. In the middle of winter they are brought into the house and the stems are cut to half height. After this, active irrigation and spraying is started. In early spring, the rose will begin to bloom. To prolong the process, tear off the flowering buds and stimulate the plant with mineral supplements.
Make sure that the plants do not settle pests. The rose may be affected by aphids, a shield or a mealybug.Carefully inspect the stems and leaves, with the appearance of whitish spots, cobwebs or sticky drips spray the plant with insecticides.