Tie in climbers and climbing roses, that will help them growing.
Prune your climbing roses and make sure to remove any twiggy groth and weak shoots, it will strengthen the plant.
Climbing roses should now be pruned: remove dead, diseased or dying branches and tie in any new shoots!
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Climbing and rambling roses should be tied in as near to horizontal as possible! On climbing roses: http://j.mp/HAVOfZ
Renovation of climbing roses can now be carried out: they should grow back vigorously! About pruning roses: http://bit.ly/zJLEaD
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Care for your roses: tie in climbing and rambling roses as near to horizontal as possible.