Here however is a success story. When the this house was purchased, there were roses along the south side of the garage. Some were very old, not doing well and not worth moving. One however was a young rose of a lovely orange/pink/red color and it was a climber rose. To plant it against a garage seemed wrong to me, and it was not able to thrive because it had never had a trellis for support. I moved it last year to a corner in the back yard that will be cozy with a chair and a rose on an arbor for shade.
I am not a good rose person, and don't really know how to care for them. I thought at the time, I didn't want to loose the rose, but it would die where it was, eventually. Then I transplanted it or one could say I uprooted it harshly and dug a semi shallow hole and plunked it in and shoveled a bit of dirt mixed with rocks around it.
Honestly, I am not good with some these gardening chores and tasks. A large part is lack of knowledge and the rest is lack of time and finally a little bit of lazy. Later that year, it looked horrible. Dead and dry and dead. But look.......
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