Latest Rose Trimming Articles

How to Prune Roses

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Pruning roses in your garden is a task that allows self-meditation, reflection of thought, and a great feeling of accomplishment upon completion. In order to get the very best out of your rose garden, it’s important to remove all dead, diseased, damaged or broken wood. It’s also essential to remove suckers which originate from the rootstock, […]

How to Trim Knockout Roses

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As much of a joy as gardening is, it can also be quite a pain sometimes, especially when your precious plants just don’t grow. Throw unpredicted weather, devastating disease, and pesky bugs and rodents into the mix and you have quite a bit of work at your hands. Even if you do every single thing […]

How To Trim Roses for Spring

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Why is there a need to trim roses during spring? Many gardeners would actually claim that it is the best time for trimming, but then they don’t state the reasons as to why spring is the best time to trim rose plants. Perhaps, they just want people to remember that growing roses isn’t just a […]

How To Trim Roses For Summer

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For some reason, a variety of answers to the questions as to when and how to trim roses for summer confuses the ordinary rose lover. This can be due to the fact that theres is a lot of information over the Internet provided different ways. Another thing can be that different varieties of roses are […]

How to Trim Roses For Fall

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If you are thinking of attempting to trim roses during the late fall season, it is definitely not a good idea. However, if you are left with no choice then you can try doing it a few months before the winter season starts. Definitely, one reason why roses shouldn’t be trimmed nor pruned during fall […]

How To Trim Roses For Snow

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One of the difficult things while growing roses has to be trimming roses for snow. This is because snow poses many hazards to the roses. During this season, roses experience dormancy and grow poorly. So, they should be given extra attention and care if you really want to last until spring. Pruning and trimming will […]