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winter of course. If just need to trim severely, should be ok (better in winter of course). If moving: The big problem is trying to keep enough roots, dont do what i have done and rip it out, somehow have to excavate retaining enough of the younger, smaller roots. Chop soil around and then under, and get Several strong people all lifting with shovels at once ...


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Let's take an example of a climber/rambler rose growing on a fence 8 feet high and 10 feet wide. To preserve the rose as much as possible the idea is to build a temporary structure to support the rose, put in the cross supports so that the rose is independent of the fence, then cut out the fence, in small pieces if necessary. With the old fence pieces gone ...


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