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In the summer, prune rose bushes to remove dead or diseased branches. Make the cuts one inch below the diseased branch, so only healthy wood remains. Summer is also the time to look for any branches in the center of the bush that are growing across each other.

Prune away the weaker of the branches that cross each other. Pruning can be done to reduce the size of the canes, or whole branches can be removed at the base.

You can dab a little white Elmer’s glue on the end of each pruned cane. This helps prevent cane borer damage. With almost no possibility of killing your cherished rose bushes, start pruning to give a healthy, airy appearance to your garden!Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Since rose bushes send out new growth from the bud just below a pruning cut, try to make pruning cuts above a leaf bud facing out from the center of the plant.

Make a cut ¼ inch above the bud and angled at the same angle as the bud. The rose used for the pictures below is a Flower Carpet standard rose but the principles of pruning are the same as if you were pruning other rose types. Here is the sequence from the beginning to finish. This rose will produce many flowers again this season as it did for many years already so don't hesitate to prune roses hard.

Jul 22, Mike, I used the Bayer Rose Care product with the fertilizer OVER the top of a lot of miniature rose bushes that I bought from N’oreast Roses when they sold out, and the fertilizer burned and killed a lot of the plants. I learned to put it around the bases of the rose bushes. But I do love the Bayer products for everything. Pruning out dead or diseased canes helps to increase air flow and sun penetration around living canes, which helps to ward off disease and encourage more flowering.

Rose Pruning Tips Wear thick gloves and a couple layers of long-sleeve shirts while pruning to avoid the dreaded thorns. Sep 21, Virginia is a coastal state that receives an average rainfall of 50 inches a year. Because of this, growing healthy roses in Virginia can be quite a challenge. As in any climate where rainfall is heavy, rose growers in Virginia may have to battle black spot sometime in.