When choosing climbing roses for your fence, look for a complementary color that will stand out against the chain link or wrought iron. Once you’ve found a rose plant, you can begin the planting process found in the attached video. Read on for more information about planting a climbing rose bush.
Dig a hole that is twice as wide as the pot. Keep healthy dirt from the hole and mix it with fertilizer, peat moss, and phosphate before placing the unpotted rose bush in the hole. Fill the hole with the remaining dirt by hand to ensure that there is no damage to your bush or fence. As the bush grows, use plant-safe tiedowns to secure it to your fence panels.
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