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How To Prune Roses

Posted by Tammy Sons on

By Tammy Sons

When to Trim Your Rose

When to Trim Your Roses

Roses come in hundreds of varieties so they will all have different times that are best to trim them. Roses are great to have around your home and will bring beauty to anywhere they are planted. They will also smell lovely and are great to bring into your home to brighten it up a little bit. You will want to make sure that when you trim your rose bushes that you are doing it at the right time of year for the variety that you have. This will take some research and you will be able to find a lot of information on line if you know what type of rose bush you have. You will want your rose bushes to grow and be beautiful each year so you will want to make sure you have time to care for them and trim them properly. You do not want to trim your rose bushes during the Frost season. This can damage them because the cold can damage them. The best time to trim would be towards the end of Winter. You will need to go by the weather in your state and make sure they are trimmed properly. In warmer states the best time is late December into the middle of January. If you live in the Midwest or Northeast the best time would be around April since the weather there is a lot colder. If you need to you can ask your local nurseries or home and garden centers to make sure it is the perfect time to trim your lovely rose bushes.

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