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Old 30.04.2015, 23:25
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Re: Odile and other gardeners to the rescue!

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We've been given a lovely rose climber "Pierre de Ronsard" as a present today. We are moving house exactly in a year's time, what should we do with it? Planting it might be a nightmare to retrieve next year. Would it survive in a large pot?


Any tips?
In a similar situation, have a rambling rose bought at the same time as one we gave as a gift to MIL in memory of a special trip to Devon a few years ago. She has since died an OH doesn't want to leave ours behind when we move back to the UK. Hers was left in the garden when the house was sold.... so long ripped up.

It's survived so far, just don't forget to water it, keep it well pruned, and above all protect the pot (and therefore the rootball) during the winter!
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