Climbing roses 42 photos of aristocratic beauty



Climbing roses - a perennial aristocrat, with graceful leaves and an abundance of bright fragrant flowers all summer they serve exquisite decoration and refined garden. Cultivation and care for them in many respects repeat farming techniques used in the cultivation of roses, but there are some important features.

Magnificently blooming climbing roses are ideal for vertical gardening, but to get a magic carpet of beautiful flowers is possible only if ensure proper planting and care of the rose.
For planting climbing roses picked a sunny, well-ventilated place, so the optimal fit for light-loving roses - a wall or support south or southwest exposure. With good lighting is evolving rapidly gains that can bloom the following year. Soil - fertile, moderately moist, well-drained, friable. Planting a bush in a hole preceded the introduction into the hole half a bucket of rotted manure and a good watering.

Even if planting climbing roses is held to decorate a fence or wall, the distance to them should be not less than 50 cm, otherwise, because of the lack of space for the development of the roots of the roses will suffer malnutrition.

Proper and timely pruning allows you to form a correct and healthy crown to achieve an abundant and long blooming. Trim rose curly needed in late summer or early fall, after the full completion of flowering. Clip primarily damaged and diseased shoots, leaving the strongest and most developed annual shoots. The main purpose of pruning - to replace the old with new shoots, annuals, while leaving two-year shoots - they are next summer will focus the bulk of the flowers.

Caring for climbing roses must include control over the direction of the growth of the bush, so garter climbing roses need to start as early as possible. This is not necessarily the main branch of the guide straight up - this could lead to the fact that at some point all the flowers and foliage will focus on the upper part of the plant, due to which it loses its aesthetic, exposing unattractive "naked" shoots below. To avoid this, you need the main branch of the guide as horizontal as possible - this will provoke the appearance of side shoots, which develop vertically. Using this approach, you can not only mask the great wall or trellis, but also to achieve a long and luxurious flowering.
See in following images wonderful ideas of climbing roses.



 
 











































 
 
 

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