Manual deadheading a rose

The Utah Rose Society's Yearly Rose

Prepared by Karen Russ, HGIC Horticulture Specialist and Bob Polomski, Extension Consumer Horticulturist, Clemson University.

HGIC 1173 Pruning Roses Extension Clemson University

(New 06/99.) HGIC 1173 Printer Friendly Version (PDF) Pruning is an important and necessary step in growing roses. It promotes new growth, removes dead, broken or diseased canes and trains roses to a desired shape.

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Pruning an English shrub rose - David Austin

Pruning encourages flowering, either more blooms or larger blooms, and is essential to keep modern rose varieties blooming repeatedly all summer long.

How to Deadhead Roses 5 Steps with Pictures -

Roses need different types and timing of pruning depending on their variety.


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