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PRUNING RAMBLERS

Prune after spring bloom and only to shape or keep size in control. You can remove any dead or unproductive wood, as well shape the plant if needed. Keep major canes horizontal in order to stimulate growth; support them on a wall, arbor or fence. The bending of canes stimulates the formation of lateral branches or flowering spurs all along the canes, greatly increasing the number of blooms produced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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