Rambling Roses

Rambling Roses usually have numerous small flowers held in large bunches, and have the ability to send up strong, frequently long, stems from the base of the plant. They flower with great freedom, giving a mass of bloom, but this is only once in the year, except where noted. Their growth is robust but graceful and they are ideal for covering large areas. Usually they require little pruning except for the removal of older growth when this becomes too dense. This should be done after flowering. They form a very important group that is worthy of more attention in present day gardens. They have many uses - for arches, pergolas, rambling through bushes and into trees, covering unsightly objects, etc. Do not be put off by the fact that they flower only once in the summer: they are in fact much better for such purposes. As with the Climbing Roses, there are a number of classes

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