How to train a climbing rose

Tame an unruly climbing rose, by following Monty Don's guide to tying it in and removing unwanted growth.

Encourage climbing roses to flower abundantly all summer by training the main stems correctly. Monty Don braves the thorns to get an overgrown Rosa 'Madame Gregoire Staechelin' under control, tying it to wires against a wall and cutting off unwanted growth.

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