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You say that the months to prune this rose if established, are 'August November'. should it be 'any time between Aug & Nov'?.
Thanks
Iris

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  • Posted: Mon. 7th September 2009 15:48

Age of your climbing rose

Reply from Nicola

Hi Iris, there are actually two different instructions for the pruning of this rose. Is yours younger or older than 2 years since it was planted? All the best Nicola

  • Posted: Mon. 7th September 2009 16:25

pruning

Reply from Iris Lando

Hi Nicola,
My Mme Alfred Carriere is at least 8yrs old (hence established).
Thanks
Iris

  • Posted: Mon. 7th September 2009 17:32

pruning 8yr old Mme Alfred Carriere

Reply from Iris Lando

Hi Nicola,
Any chance of a reply today as I would like to to it tomorrow if this is right time?
Iris

  • Posted: Tue. 8th September 2009 14:12

Late Autumn pruning of established climbing roses

Reply from Nicola

Hi Iris, Very sorry for the delay in response. It went off my radar there for a while. I am going to get our researchers to amend the timing of our care instruction. It should be late autumn (so Nov) and not August. So you have some time.

I will have this care instruction updated for you.

Kind regards
Nicola

  • Posted: Tue. 15th September 2009 08:19

pruning climbers

Reply from Iris Lando

Thanks, Nicola.
I read that all pruning at Sissinghurst starts in November.
Regards
Iris

  • Posted: Tue. 15th September 2009 10:20