Sonja Mairenn. flowers. February 21st , 2017.
The best way to prevent crop damage by deer is to plant deer-resistant flowering plants. These are plants that deer don't eat. The following article provides information on different deer-proof flowers with their characteristics.
Group 2: Alberic Barbier, Albertine, New Dawn, Paul's Scarlet Climber, and Veilchenblau form Group 2. These differ from Group 1 only in the position of the new canes. In this case, the new canes grow half way up the old ones, not at ground level. The plant is pruned after flowering, by removing old wood, up to the new growth.
Once you place the plant in the hole and fill half of it with soil. Add a little water and remove any air pockets present. Fill the remaining hole with soil and finish off the job by pouring water again. Prune off a bit of the top growth after planting. People living in hot and sandy soil locations, should water the 3 top inches of soil regularly. If you live in a cooler, humid location, once a week watering will be enough. If you find the leaves of your rose plant turning dry and withering, you can water more. Deep watering helps in root growth and the plant can survive droughts well.
If you are pruning an established climber, prune the flowered laterals in the spring. Don't forget to remove any diseased or dead wood. Cut off the sucker growth arising from below the bud union. For the relatively old climbers, some of the oldest wood can be removed at the base, to facilitate new growth.
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