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Supporting Climbing Plants

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Supporting Climbing Plants

Climbers: Training And Pruning On Planting / Rhs Gardening Plant your climber about 30-45cm (1ft-18in) from the base of the wall, so that it has room for root development and will catch the rain. Supporting Climbing Plants Remove all ties; with plants from a garden centre, use scissors to cut off plastic ties that hold the climber to its bamboo cane supports. Supporting Climbing Plants Properly - House Plants Guru Supporting Climbing Plants Properly Posted on May 16, 2011 by Rupert Foxton-Smythe • 0 Comments With a few exceptions, ivy (hedera) and Virginia creeper (parthenocissus) among them, most climbers need something to fasten themselves to or to scramble over.

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