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Making the Best Cut


Pruning your Roses
by MG Calla Victoris

 

       When you prune your roses it is a good idea to prune deep in one section to make a
hole for yourself, and from there prune around the bush is a clockwise or counter clock-
wise manner. This way you are less likely to get snarled up in the thorns.

        Always prune just above a leaf formation or a bud. Also if you noticed a hole or crevice in the cane that you cut it, put just a drop of Elmer's glue in the hole, it will seal the crevice and keep insects out or disease from forming in the opening. 



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