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Post by martino on 19th July 2014, 16:58

Hi all just wondering can climbing roses varieties be trained as bush roses to grow thanks for the info in advance.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 19th July 2014, 17:23

Which climbers did you have in mind Martino?
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Post by martino on 19th July 2014, 17:32

Chrysler imperial, maria callas.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 24th July 2014, 20:54

I'm sorry Martino, I don't know. If you have a big spot for them, how about just giving it a go? I've seen lots of pics of climbers just grown as a big fountaining shrub, and it looks awesome, but takes up a lot of room.
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