Rose Pruning No-Fear Rose Pruning

Want your roses to have gorgeous flowers, a nice shape and healthy foliage? Believe it or not, pruning is one of the best things you can do for your roses. You're opening up the center of the plant to increase air circulation, leading to healthier foliage. And you're removing dead and diseased wood. Last, but definitely not least, pruning encourages new growth and more and bigger flowers.

Think pruning roses is complex? It doesn't have to be. Let us show you some simple techniques.

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This No-fear Rose Pruning article is a four-page, 413KB pdf file. This article was originally published in Garden Gate magazine No. 56.

No-Fear Rose Pruning Article
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