January Rose Pruning

Be doubly rewarded by giving your roses a summer prune – a second flush of beautiful blooms in autumn and less pruning work come winter.

Winter is traditionally the time to give roses a thorough prune, however great results can be achieved by also pruning roses in summer. Not only does it promote a fresh flush of new growth and flowers, it also helps to reduce the amount of pruning needed in winter.

Rose pruning can appear slightly daunting, with thorny stems trying to attack you and not knowing exactly how to go about it.

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