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How to Prune Climbing Roses

Length: 4:24

Pruning climbing roses stimulates growth and flowering, and removes dead, weak or sickly canes that can drain energy from the rose and encourage disease. In this video, Peter Kukielski, curator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, demonstrates the best way to prune climbing roses.

Shot by: Kate Geruntho Frank; Edited by: Cari Delahanty.