Training Climbing roses with Peter Kukielski


Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden Curator Peter Kukielski talks about how the climbing roses are trained during the winter at The New York Botanical Garden.

Be Sociable, Share!

Filed under Gardening Tips by on . Comment#

Comments on Training Climbing roses with Peter Kukielski Leave a Comment

March 12, 2010

hoovb @ 7:07 pm #

Very good information.

I would also recommend safety goggles. If you’ve ever had a cane get loose and whip into your face, you understand why.

A bit of info on how much of the canes can be removed to fit cleanly on the structure would be helpful.

April 30, 2011

Muhammad Sherry @ 12:05 pm #

Very good and informative video. Really helped Thanks!

May 10, 2011

n1les @ 1:27 am #

Hi i bought a white rose bush years ago from a garden store and i didnt know what kind it was, and last year it started really growing and getting too long for where it is and i made the branches over the wall it was in front of. Can i buy a trellis now and tie the branches to it? Or am i too late to do anything? Thanks so much 🙂

The New York Botanical Garden @ 10:23 am #

For information like that I would point you towards our “Ask the Experts” page of our website. They should be able to help you or at least point you in the right direction (I tried to post the URL but it wouldn’t let me but if you google “nybg ask the experts” its the first result). Hope that helps!

May 13, 2011

n1les @ 1:25 am #

Thanks so much 🙂

June 8, 2011

Barbara Paris @ 1:34 pm #

Very Informational !!!! 🙂

July 12, 2011

Ciél Kim @ 8:55 pm #

Awesome information!

March 26, 2012

StopByJuliesHouse @ 10:01 am #

I bought a climbing rose, in honor of my mother, to plant in my new yard in Colorado. I am going to train it to my fence. She always had beautiful roses, thank you so much for sharing your information. Have a wonderful day!

January 6, 2013

bella rosa @ 1:24 am #

I love climbing rose and have quite a few. The most difficult one for me to prune is “William Baffin”.

Leave a Comment

Register Login