Can I plant a rambling and a climbing Rose together for them to intertwine with each other ? Thanks.?

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  • 1 month ago

    You need to plant them apart, about 18 inches as suggested would be fine. Then, if they don't intertwine naturally you can train them to do so.  Twine would help. I'd just add that if one of them gets some form of bug, infestation or disease it will cross to the other plant.

  • gerald
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    1 month ago

    Give them 18ins at least one can styfle the other 

  • 1 month ago

    Perhaps give the climber a head start but I see no reason not to. We have both

    growing together but not by design, a yellow climber and a David Austin rambler.

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