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Nick Federoff shows off the easiest techniques for pruning roses in a fun and memorable fashion. Talk roses with Nick 24/7 by calling him toll free at 1-800-405-NICK.

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Video podcast demonstrating techniques in deadheading, pruning, clipping and shearing plants, roses and more before fall so that the fall blooms look their best.



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Pruning climbing roses can sometimes be intimidating. It's not. Nor is controlling it all season long to keep it tidy. This video shows you some simple techniques to get the most out of your climbing roses while keeping them under control.

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Pruning climbing roses correctly will give you the best blooms, and lots of them.

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How to prune hybrid tea rose bushes. Visit www.LearnToGarden.net for more information.

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This video explains how to a Hybrid Tea Rose to get long stem cut flowers. There are three accompanying videos that examine other ways to prune bush shaped roses. "Introduction To Rose Pruning". "Pruning Bush Roses That Build a Structure". "Pruning Bush Roses That Grow From The Base

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Learn how to prune your roses for a season of bountiful bloom.

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We prune roses for several reasons. Regular pruning helps to keep their size under control, though we must remember that all roses have a predetermined 'ideal' size. We also prune to shape the plant. We take out dead stems to prevent the dead area spreading back into healthy stems. But, ironically, the main reason we prune is to make the rose more vigorous.

This may seem odd but, when a rose bush has to put its energy into growing hundreds of buds, each will only make a small amount of growth. After pruning, with far fewer buds, each shoot has more vigour. That is why it is usual to prune Large Flowered (Hybrid Tea) roses, which have few, large blooms, more severely than Cluster Flowered (Floribunda) roses, which are valued more for their prolific, but smaller, flowers.

Pruning is also used to keep the bush young. Rose flowers are carried on the new stems so there's no point in having 60cm (2ft) of gnarled, woody stem at the base. Every year you can cut out some of this ugly, old growth so that nothing, apart from the base, is more than four years old.


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How to prune roses for maximum blooms, perfect for a public rose garden, or even in your back yard.

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