Climbing Rose Getting Brown Stems After Being Moved

Question From: Prestonpans, , United Kingdom
Q: Hi I move my climbing rose this year I think I may have lost it it has some brow stems and some green stems it seems to be getting more brown but got thorns and looks like it's growing a bit but do not no if I lost it or not it's all ways been flowering all year round white blooms can you help

A: Roses need 6 hours or more and more is better of direct sun. Keep your rose well watered and plan to prune it in late February or March. Check out the RHS website ( for information on pruning climbing roses. Do not fertilize it until after you prune it. Best Nancy