Climbing roses are roses whose shoots reach from 2 to 4-5 m in length. They bloom once or several times a year. This group of roses is looking for a support or pillars to which it should be tied, in order to have support. They are ideal for yards next to a fence or next to a house. It is possible to make flower tunnels from these roses. Seedlings of climbing roses are planted at a distance of 1 to 1.50 m. It is advisable to prune these roses every year and shorten them by at least 30 percent.

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