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Can I prune rose bushes in early spring?

Hello, Susan -

Yes, depending upon the type of rose bush. This article on pruning roses from the University of Illinois Extension, covers the topic well, I think:

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Jan 24, 2018 | Garden

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Pruning a forsythia bush fall or winter and how?

The best time for trimming forsythia is in the spring after the blooms fade. Pruning forsythia in late summer or fall will reduce the number of flowers in the spring since these shrubs bloom on old wood and set their flower buds soon after new growth appears.

Sep 06, 2017 | Garden

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How do I cut back old roses ?

Rose bushes can be heavily pruned, I did my mothers many years ago and they grew very well after, for size, 4 bushes totally filled a space about 4 metres long and 2.5 metres high. Far more and stronger flowers after pruning. To actually do pruning use secatures(sp), I prefer bypass ones to anvil ones. Cut just above new stems. My mother's were taken almost to ground level but they were pretty out of control. Hope this helps.

Aug 26, 2017 | Sewing Machines

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Are butterfly bushes safe to grow around cats (indoors)

Butterfly bushes are totally safe for cats. They certainly dont like it too much indoors though. They prefer outdoors where they can thrive.

May 02, 2017 | Garden

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Can I use dull pruning shears to trim a rose bush?

You shouldn't use a pair of pruning shears if they are dull because they could do more harm that good for the plant.

Jan 28, 2014 | Garden

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How and when do I cut my rose bush for the winter?

Why Prune Roses Encourage new growth and bloom Remove dead wood Improve air circulation Shape the plant Tools You'll Need By-pass Pruners Long-handled Loppers Thick Gloves (preferably long ones) Rose Pruning Basics Use clean, sharp tools Look at the overall plant, but begin pruning from the base of the plant. Prune to open the center of the plant to light and air circulation Make your cuts at a 45-degree angle, about 1/4 inch above a bud that is facing toward the outside of the plant. Make sure it is a clean cut (not ragged) Remove all broken, dead, dying or diseased wood (Any branches that look dry, shriveled or black. Cut until the inside of the cane is white.) Remove any weak or twiggy branches thinner than a pencil If cane borers are a problem in your area, seal the cut with a white glue, such as Elmer?s. Remove ****** growth below the graft. Remove any remaining foliage When to Prune Roses Timing is determined by the class of the rose plant and the zone in which it is growing. Most rose pruning is done in the spring, with the blooming of the forsythia as a signal to get moving. If you don't have forsythia, watch for when the leaf buds begin to swell on your rose plants, meaning the bumps on the canes get larger and reddish in color. Hybrid tea roses are the most particular about pruning. If you don't know what type of rose you have, watch the plant for a season. If it blooms on the new growth it sends out that growing season, prune while dormant or just about to break dormancy, as stated above. If it blooms early, on last year's canes, don't prune until after flowering.

Jun 09, 2011 | Garden

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Are you people stupid or what do you get paided to do this or wha

I normally would not respond to illiterate inquires, but from what I can make out you are asking if I am stupid. The answer is no, we try to share information, for example I am a lawn & garden expert, you are a *** butterflie expert, if I want to know about *** butterflies I will ask for you.
In turn if you want to know why your mower doesn't start you can ask me.( no I don't get paideded for this)

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Butterflys are eating everything in my garden, what can i do about it

butterflies don't eat anything. Their caterpillars do though. You will have to either spray your plants or find the caterpillars and remove them

Aug 16, 2009 | Park Seed Butterfly Bush Butterfly Plant...

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