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Pruning Roses - How and When to Prune - Gardening - About.com
Many gardeners worry pruning their roses will hurt them. Pruning is actually a good way to keep your roses healthy and blooming. Learn how to do it right, with ...
Rose Gardening Tips - Selecting and Growing Roses
What better way to enjoy the romance of the garden than by growing roses? Rose gardening has gotten a bad wrap in recent years. Growing roses doesn't have ...
Getting Your Roses Off to a Growing Start in the Spring - Gardening
Roses will keep growing and blooming even if gardeners neglect them entirely. But they do benefit from some TLC and the efforts you make in caring for your ...
Organic Rose Gardening and Care - About.com
Roses have acquired the reputation of being fussy plants. We've all heard that to grow beautiful roses requires chemicals and systemics. Is it possible to grow ...
Hybrid Tea Roses - Selecting, Growing and Caring for ... - Gardening
Hybrid tea rose, a cross between hybrid perpetuals and old fashioned tea roses, are rose royalty. They are the most popular rose in the world and perhaps the ...
Growing Miniature Roses - Gardening - About.com
Miniature roses are true roses, bred to stay small in size. Most mini roses also have smaller flowers than standard rose bushes, but they come in a variety of ...
Rose Hips - What Are They and What Can You Do With Them?
Rose hips are the seed pods of roses. We don't often see them anymore, because we tend to prune the faded rose blossoms to encourage more flowers.
Tips for Planting and Transplanting Roses - Gardening - About.com
When you buy a rose plant it can have short, leafless canes and, very often, bare roots. Seeing a plant like this can leave you wondering how do you plant roses.
Rose Gardening - Preparing Roses for Winter - About.com
All roses need some attention going into winter. Winter weather in zones 6 and below can really challenge rose bushes, particularly the hybrid teas. Shrub roses ...
Growing Roses - Top Roses for Shade Gardens
However, if your garden doesn't quite get the 5-6 hours of full sun usually recommended for growing roses, you may still be able to grow select varieties of roses.