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Published 3 April 2018
Late winter (February or March) is often a good time for pruning roses. Pruning is essential to getting what you want from your rose garden or plants. When tackling this thorny issue, here are some things to bear in mind:
The aim of pruning is to encourage the rose to produce lots more buds on branches that are spaced correctly while removing branches that cross or have died.