Pruning Roses in January

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Winter pruning of your Rose Bushes helps to ensure a healthy plant and more blooms in the spring. Mid-January to early February is a great time to prune your dormant roses. This helps to remove dead or diseased portions of the plant, stimulates new growth and can enhance the form and shape of the plant. Pruning Rose Bushes properly can sometimes be difficult. Here are some great websites to help you in your pruning endeavors.

http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/6832330/list/Expert-Pruning-Secrets-for-Exquisite-Roses

What to do: February

 

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