It will be a big chore, and it will have to be cut back for easy transport and so that the arbor that it grows over can be taken apart.
Once on the peninsula, once replanted we will give it special treatment and I am hoping it will be just fine.
This rose had been neglected and was planted on the dry side of a house I bought many years ago. I was not sure it would survive and because of that, I felt the risk was zero to transplant it, in an attempt to save it. So I did.
From that house, it came to the Vancouver house and thrived.
And now I hope to take it to the peninsula and enjoy it for many years to come.
We will keep you posted on our results.....
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