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    How to Prune Knockout Roses

    Pruning roses is important to plant health because it encourages new growth and removes limbs to help prevent damage, disease, and bug infestation from destroying your rose bushes. Different classes of roses require different methods of pruning at varying times of the year. If you are wondering how to prune Knockout Roses, this is perhaps […]

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    Growing Climbing Roses

    What would a rose garden be without at least one climbing rose thrown into the mix.  Climbing roses are known by several different names depending on how they grow including:  pillars, ramblers, trailing roses, and everblooming roses.  They are not considered true vines; however, they are the perfect adornment to any arch, fence, or other […]

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    Rose Bush Care – Easy Tips

    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Rose Bush Care

    This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Rose Bush Care There are very few, if any more beautiful flowers than the rose . . . or more popular.  Evidence of roses have been found in the oldest civilizations.  Found in practically every country, they have been cultivated for thousands of years.   Over […]

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