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Feb 05, 2015
Cecile Brunner Blunders... :-)
by: Anonymous

Is this the right time of the year Feb 2015 to cut the old canes and trim up?

It depends on where you live. If you live in a warm climate zone, such as Southern California (not in the mountains though), or in Florida, this is a good time to prune and remove old non-productive canes.
However, if you live in a cold climate zone you have to wait until all danger of frost is gone.

May 03, 2011
More Cecile Brunner Climber Information
by: Annelie

I forgot to mention that the harsh winters can be very damaging to climbing roses especially.
My sister lives in Sammamish (misspelled I am sure) east of Seattle, and she has a Cecile Brunner climber also. She has had it for about 10 years, and she has not been good about removing old non-producing canes yearly, either.
This year after a very harsh winter, her climber is also looking awful, and my sister wants to remove it all together, because it's so huge and she can't deal with cleaning it up and removing lots of canes.
So I want you to know, if the job is tremendous, there are other great climbers to plant.
Contact me again for more information about replacing the rose, if you can't revive it.
Best Regards,

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