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The climbing roses are ideal for decorating pergolas

by Dan Mitroi Community Manager
The climbing roses also known as trandafiri are ideal for decorating pergolas, houses or even fences. The unique smell and unique appearance of the space that it decorates make this species of roses some of the most sought after in our days. In the past, however, due to the fact that they did not know very well how they cared and planted, the Romans, in particular, bypassed this type of flower. Gradually, in the popular culture, the ease with which climbing roses can embellish the space it occupies has also been inoculated. The www.bulbiromania.ro site also provides this flower category at a fair price. The advantage of the online purchase of climbing roses is that this trader, thanks to professionalism, manages to provide customers only bulbs whose bloom is guaranteed.

But let's go back to the maintenance of climbing roses. Ideally, you should strictly adhere to the manufacturers' recommendations. These are not annoyed but to help you, thanks to the accumulated experiences, have a garden like a la carte, with blooming and healthy roses. First of all, do not make one of the most common mistakes: plan them very close to the construction they are about to climb. If you do this, the soil quality will drop significantly and will not be able to provide all the nutrients they need, so they will get worse or worse, they will dry out. As a result, a distance of 50 cm is recommended for a normal plant growth. Then right after planting and even in the next 2, 3 years use rods to support them. To do the job for which they were planted, climbing roses should be helped in their first year of life, tied up, guided where to climb, cut, and so on. Also, it is advisable not to leave more than three, four rose buds at the bottom of the plant to develop into normal parameters.

About Dan Mitroi Junior   Community Manager

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Created on Jun 25th 2019 03:22. Viewed 105 times.

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