Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Pruning Roses.

It's that time of year. It's time to prune the roses. Best pruning occurs during July and sometimes into early August.

There is an old rule of thumb that pruning '61 days' before you want a good display of flowers is the time to do it. It's almost true.

Obviously, being a biologically entity, the roses will pretty much do what they want and when they want to do it. The average benchmark works in most a cases, but it may vary for you.

Some species, such as Iceberg, can still have some ad looking blooms at this time of year. Bite the bullet and take some sanitised secateurs, and other sanitised tools, and sally forth!

Pruning roses can be hard work if you're not experienced or if you feel that you have better things to do with your time.

We have the experience, and thus the efficiency and efficacy.

Allow us to prune your roses. Ask us about including this service with your next regular garden service.

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