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Easy Tips for Pruning Roses

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For some reason, the chore of pruning roses often creates feelings of anxiety with gardeners. Like anything else however the more you practice the better you will become. Your first step is to learn a few basic skills and knowledge ,then take it from there. I’ve simplified the process to help take some of of the mystery away and help you get pruning your roses to create finer looking shrubs with better blooms. Visit blog for great tips:http://sensiblegardening.com/easy-tips-on-how-to-prune-roses/

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  • Alexandra Arena
    Alexandra Arena Forest Hills, NY

    Stunning pictures, Lynne!

  • Catherine Smith
    Catherine Smith Fredericksburg, VA

    Purty, purty, purty!! Good advice for pruning especially tea roses. Do make sure you sterilize your pruners between bushes you are pruning. (1 part bleach to 9 parts water) This prevents the spread of any disease that may be lurking.

  • Jan B.
    Jan B. Crossville, TN

    Beautiful roses and thanks for the tips...cutting and bleaching!

  • Sensible Gardening and Living

    Catherine, you are spot on about keeping your pruners clean . Goes for all your gardening tools. Aleaxandra and Jan, thanks for saying so!

  • Jenny
    Jenny Hayward, CA

    i'm lucky the president of the american rose society lives across the street from me. she is my go to person on roses. when all her roses are blooming it is a sight to see!!!!

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