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How to Prune a Rose Bush in Full Bloom Home Guides SF Gate. August – Continue heavy watering of roses and add 1/3 cup of gypsum per bush. September – Midmonth, prune out dead and crossover growth. Generally thin rose bushes. Later in the month, add iron chelate at 1 teaspoon per bush. Add 1 teaspoon of Epsom Salts for each foot height of your bush. Remove any shriveled, diseased or broken stems and other wood.

Cut off twigs or branches that rub across or cross each other. Leave three to five strong, healthy branches, each 6 to 8 inches long, when cutting back hybrid tea roses.



This will encourage new growths to form from the base, and still leave enough old growths to cover the structure they are growing against.



Missing: Sun City Center. 2. Bush roses - In the fall, prune bush roses (hybrid teas, grandiflo-ras and floribunda) back to 3'-4' to prevent the winter winds from whip-ping the canes about. Prune more thoroughly in the early spring when forsythia blooms. Cut out all dis-eased, winter killed or weak twiggy wood. A high or conservative prun-ing Missing: Sun City Center. With light pruning, the result will be a large bush with small flowers.

Hard pruning of roses will give a display of fewer but larger and better-formed blooms. Of the bush roses,the growths on the hybrid teas should be cut back to 3- 4 buds, those on the floribundas Missing: Sun City Center. Cut back to the base of the plant canes that grow inward toward the center of the bush, are spindly or cross other canes. Remove any suckers. This will thin out the rose bush to allow more air.





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