transplanting
I have to move my climbing rose and its so big i'm not sure the best way to move it or what time of year to move it
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The best time of year to move your climbing rose would be in late winter/early spring just as growth is beginning. To make the move easier, you can cut the canes back to within a foot of the ground just before you move it. That will cut off the blooms for one season, but should help the plant survive its transplanting better. Dig up as much of the root system as practical, and move it to its new location.

Answered by BHGgardenEditors