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  • 04-29-2008 2:21 PM


        I have a rose garden and I do not know what to do when the blooms of the rose are dead what do I do

        cut them off and how do I do it? Also will my roses still bloom after cutting the dead blooms off? As you

        can tell I am a newbie at growing roses. Thank you for answering my questions please Thank you.

  • 05-30-2008 6:19 AM In reply to

    Re: roses

    Cut off the old blooms; it's called deadheading, and it's very effective at generating new blossoms.

  • 05-11-2010 12:43 AM In reply to

    Re: roses

     Hey, to let the new and fresh blooms grow, you should cut all the old blooms. This will help for the growth of new blooms and these will soon convert into beautiful roes.

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