Transplanting Climbing Rose - Knowledgebase Question

Mooresville, NC
Question by stamplady
February 23, 1998
How do I transplant a climbing rose that has not been maintained to a new location?


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Answer from NGA
February 23, 1998

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stem) is at ground level. Fill in around the roots with a mixture of soil, compost, and rotted manure. Add water, and when it settles fill in the rest of the hole. Mound the soil up around the base of the plant and then also a few inches out from the stem, making a trough that will catch water. Pamper the plant for the first season, keeping it well watered.

Good luck! stem) is at ground level. Fill in around the roots with a mixture of soil, compost, and rotted manure. Add water, and when it settles fill in the rest of the hole. Mound the soil up around the base of the plant and then also a few inches out from the stem, making a trough that will catch water. Pamper the plant for the first season, keeping it well watered.

Good luck!

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