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Home • Garden Advice • How to Plant a Patio Climbing Rose
“Companion Planting with roses – plant low level plants around the base of roses for added interest.”
Chris – Plant Manager, Milford
Add grit to the base of a large pot, with drainage holes. Top up with John Innes No 3 Compost.
Soak the plant in water for 20 minutes, then place in the centre of the pot.
You can plant a clematis as a companion for extra colour, beside the rose, with the lower stems below the surface.
Add a climbing support, making sure not to damage the roots.
Remove the plant’s cane supports and tie the stems to the frame with twine.
Firm in the plants and water well.
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