WINTER Pruning Roses

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WINTER Pruning Roses

Post by Marko » Sat Mar 02, 2013 10:31 am

Hello! Newbie Marko begins with a problem..perhaps. After learning that our main rose bush grew too tall because of being cut-back before it completely froze last year...it hardly froze at all this year, and Marko missed the boat! What to do now?

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Re: WINTER Pruning Roses

Post by lorijones » Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:39 pm

Except for climbing roses which are pruned right after flowering, we recommend that you prune your roses in the spring after the threat of cold weather. What type of rose do you have? Here is a link with some tips on rose culture that may help: http://www.inthegardenradio.com/v.php?pg=153.

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