Rose Cutting Successful - now what??
I've finally managed to take a cutting of a favourite climbing rose. I rooted it in water over winter and it rooted around February. I then transferred it to a pot of compost where it continued to root and grow. It has always been kept in the conservatory.
My question is do I need to prune it at all at this stage? It's growing quite prolifically and I'm worried about whether the roots can support all the growth. This week it also put out straight climbing shoots which are going to flower! Should I allow it to flower already? I'm quite amazed at how it's grown. I read that you plant out rose cuttings the following year so I was planning on leaving it in its pot till next spring, but at this rate of growth I'm not sure what to do. It's a climber so not sure if it's going to keep climbing more (it has no support in the pot!). Picture below!
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm lost!