Roses And Care - Knowledgebase Question

San Marino, CA
Question by eric69
November 11, 2003
We have some roses that have climbed up an arbor and are now probably 12' long. They don't seem to bloom anymore, and look like a few bugs have been chewing on them. There are probably 6 or 8 stocks each. What aproach would one take to bring them back to good, blooming health?


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Answer from NGA
November 11, 2003

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spring's bloom.

I wouldn't worry too much about insects chewing on the foliage. The leaves will fall this winter (or you'll be pruning them off!). Once you've properly pruned your climbing rose, and provided adequate food and water, it should bloom wonderfully well for you next summer. spring's bloom.

I wouldn't worry too much about insects chewing on the foliage. The leaves will fall this winter (or you'll be pruning them off!). Once you've properly pruned your climbing rose, and provided adequate food and water, it should bloom wonderfully well for you next summer.

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