Good morning Chicky That is soooo pretty!!!
Hi aym and welcome to the forum
Keep the dahlias in a sheltered spot away from any frost and we'll keep our fingers crossed for you.
If you have more questions do come here and ask - someone will know how to help you - googling can be a bit risky
I agree with Marlorena - prune late autumn in the way described and give a feed in March.
If you get confused by main growth and side shoots the information and video here explain it clearly http://paulzimmermanroses.com/care/pruning/pruning-climbing-roses/
Good morning/G'day all
I'm awake ... just been out there to check the temperature ... it's -1.2C at the moment and sparkly - a clear sky with wonderful bright shiny stars
Pansy, we have to leave some areas of stuff to them just so that they can carry on thinking they're superior ......... they haven't worked out yet that it's all a plan
Haven't you grown out of him yet?
As Steve says, just cut them off like this
It'll keep producing new sprouts until Easter at least if not longer.
My favourite brassica too
Verdun - Radio 4, 11 am next Wednesday - a programme about the Battle of Verdun. Thought you might be interested - I know you lost a relative there.
Yay! Is it one that feeds the pictures to your laptop Pansy? Will you be able to show us pictures?