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Original Post by James.weir

Old Roses

<p>Ok I'm I think the newest newby, I have roses that are some 60 years old I also have climbing roses 4/5 years old but I'm thinking of cutting them back to the base not 6" from the base I mean to the top of the crown.</p>
<p>lm told that they will grow again but I don't know I am a bit afraid to do this like 60 years is a long time and I'm thinking will I be doing them harm maybe kill them.</p>
<p>Can anyone advise.</p>
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