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Climbing rose only has foliage at top

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  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 26,112
     I don't have room to spread it out horizontally. I think the best thing is to grow a shrub under it next year to cover the bare bit!
    I will indeed be following them and training my rose horizontally. 
    Devon.
  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 26,112
    edited December 2019
    I've been ignored by far better , feel free.
    You asked a question, I gave an answer in good faith, you dismissed it out of hand . You're now  , basically , saying I was right all along, and going to do as I , and others suggested, and you say I'M rude and hostile??? 
    ROFL.
    Devon.
  • amancalledgeorgeamancalledgeorge South LondonPosts: 1,474
    You said it was just words on a screen...judging on the punctuation you were in a spitting rage writing them. You were repeatedly sarcastic and passive aggressive and somehow you don't like it when it's pointed out. Just let it go already. Giving advice is meant to be out of kindness...not a way to puff our egos. Over and out. 
    To Plant a Garden is to Believe in Tomorrow
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