ornament of each garden is the magnificent rose. Proper pruning
increases the flower yield of our rose bush. Let's see how the roses
should be pruned!
THE PRUNING OF ROSE BUSHES IS A CHALLENGE FOR MANY GARDENERS, BUT IT IS GOOD FOR PLANTS.
takes time and practice to become a rutinous rose-cutter, but do not
forget that it is not enough just to cut down dead parts.There is a great deal of disagreement between the rose peters about how and when to cut the roses.The
generally accepted opinion is that most cut branches are quick to
retrieve, bring new shoots and prevent the plant from widening by
WHY CUT THE ROSES?
To promote the growth of new shoots and flowers
To remove dead shoots and branches
To improve the airflow around the plant
To give the plant a shapely shape
TOOLS FOR PRUNING
Thick Gloves (preferably Long)
THE BASICS OF ROSE BARKING
Use clean, sharp tools.
Look at the plant as a whole, but the incision begins at the base of the plant.
Throw the inside of the rose bush to get enough sunlight and get through the air.
Cut at an angle of 45 degrees to the top of the comma for approx.half a centimeter over an outward looking bud.
Make sure that the cutting surface is smooth (uneven).
Remove all broken, dead, dead or sick branches (all branches that appear dry, dry or black.
Cut until the inside of the comma is white).
Remove any weak or multiple blades that are thinner than a pencil.
Cover the cut with a white glue. Remove the dried foliage.
WHEN DO WE INTERSECT?
The timing of pruning depends on the type of rose and the sky where it grows.Most roses are pruned in the spring, at the same time as flowering forsythia, which indicates that the time of pruning has come.If
you do not have forsythia, then notice when they start to swell the
buds of the leaf, that is, when the bumps on the comma grow and red.
The hybrid tearozo is the most delicate thing about pruning.If you don't know what kind of rose you have, watch the plant for a whole season.Pruning should be done when the plant is still at rest, so observe the appearance of reddish bumps.If the plant blooms early on last year's weeds, do not cut it just after flowering.
HERE ARE SOME GENERAL PRUNING TIPS BY THE TYPE OF ROSE
FLOURISHES ONCE ON A NEW SHOOT
Modern eternally blossoming roses and Floribunda:These roses bloom best on the new shoots of the current year.Cut in the spring (1.5 cm to 1.7 cm) the canes and remove the old woody stalks.Leave 3-5 healthy commas spread evenly around the plant.Cut them to different heights from 46 cm to 61 cm to help keep the flower blooming.
Hybrid Tearoza and Grandiflora:They also bloom on new branches and must be cut in early spring.Remove dead or weak branches.Make a vase shape from the remaining stems by removing the middle stems and any branches that grow inward.Then reduce the length of remaining stems by 1.30 cm to 46-61 cm.Leave older, stronger legs a little longer than new shoots.
ONCE FLOURISHES ON AN OLD STICK
Running Rose:intersects in order to remove the withered commas, or convert it to the format and do not let bokrosodni.The runner only blooms once and can be pruned immediately after flowering, and can be cut back up to 5-8 cm.
IT BLOOMS SEVERAL TIMES
Modern Shrub Roses:This group is repeatedly flourishing;ripe but not old, blossom on woody trees.Leave
in the first two years to increase your vitality, then use the
"one-third" method. Every year we cut back the bush's old shoots by
one-third (plus any dead, sick, or decaying canes).
Crawler Bag:Thecreeper bagcan flourish repeatedly.Cut them early to remove the damage caused by winter and dead branches.Cut them after flowering, shape their shape, don't let them overpower.
Bourbon and Portland roses:These varieties are blossoming again, both new and old.Cut them to remove the dead canes before flowering.More thorough pruning and shaping are recommended after the first flowering.
REQUIRES MINIMAL INCISION
Alba, Centifolia, Damascus, Gallica, and Moharozas:This group only blooms once, brings flowers to the old canes, and does not require much pruning at all.Just cut them to remove the dead or thin commas and shape them into beautiful shapes.Just cut after flowering.
Miniature Roses:Only cut them for toning.After flowering, cut back over a bud facing outwards.