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Jan 02, Repeat blooming “Old Garden” roses should be “dead-headed” after each bloom cycle. Dead-Heading is the process of removing about twelve to fifteen-inches of the stem behind the spent blossoms to promote the next crop of flowers.

Pruning cuts should be made within the plant to hide the cut ends from view.



Roses need to mature before the first pruning cycle to develop a strong root system with sturdy canes.



Prune hybrid tea roses, grandifloras and floribundas while dormant in winter, just as the leaf-buds begin to plump up.

Trim off approximately one-third of the canes, leaving hybrid tea roses and. In order to ensure quality roses, you must grow them during the dormant season and prune them according to their needs. Be watchful of any seasonal inconsistencies and prune them after bloom so that they blossom to the best quality. You must build trellises and pergolas around the roses bushes so that you can keep a strong eye on the crawl and climb of the flowers.

You can also grow the plants into trees to reap cascading roses that will. May 22, Prune away everything but 3–4 canes for a few large blooms. If you live in a warmer climate, you have more options regarding pruning. If you’d like to have a small number of large, beautiful, well-developed roses, prune the bush severely. Leave each of the remaining 3–4 canes 95%(92). Pruning during the blooming season can present challenges, however, as you won't easily see the shape of the bush with all the leaves and blooms.

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While planting new bare root plants, don’t trim the shoots, but trim the roots only. The following spring, shorten the flowered laterals to four or five buds while the plant is still dormant. If you are pruning an established climber, prune the flowered laterals in the spring. Don’t forget to Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins.





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