Rose already in flower

Kelly22Kelly22 Posts: 7

Hi, I have a David Austin rose called 'Golden Anniversary' which is already in flower. Is it too early? And will it be okay flowering this early? I am pretty sure it is doing this because I was too scared to prune too much as I didn't want to kill the rose.  I would really appreciate some advice on this.

Thank you 


  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,024

    Enjoy it Kelly. What could go wrongimage

  • artjakartjak Posts: 4,168

    Don't panic! I have a rose in bloom and so does someone else on the forum. If it wants to bloom, then let it.image

  • Kelly22Kelly22 Posts: 7

    Oh thank you everyone for your advice. I will definatly just relax and enjoy image

  • hollytreehollytree Posts: 35

    Don't worry.  It's all about pruning.  Last year one of my climbing roses that grows against a south facing cream wall had it's 1st flower on 26th Feb! I'd pruned it quite early in October (I have a lot to do and not much spare time to do it).  It still flowered all summer.  Deadhead back to 2 leaf axils on the flowering stems and feed after each flush.

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    hi all i to have roses in bloom large heads aswell (pic)

    mine is a climber but dont know its name.

  • Rosie31Rosie31 Posts: 483

    Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!  Keep dead-heading and it will keep on blooming for you.

  • hi rosie31

    thankyou the rose is about 4foot tall and it was planted this year.i hope it will get to the top of the 6 foot fence this year.

    lets see if i am rightimage

  • hi all could someone please help as you can see from my last pic my climbing rose dose flower. i dead headed when faded and now it has stopped flowering only had six flowers or so, what am i doing wrong.image

  • nutcutletnutcutlet Posts: 24,024

    I'd start a new thread with this Anthony. All the rose experts (that's not me) will have looked at this thread and commented already. 

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