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Question: 2 of my rose bushes stopped blooming about 2years ago. I have no problems with the other 8 or so. what's wrong .HELP!

Answer: Roses can stop blooming if they are not getting enough sunshine, if they are not properly pruned, or if they are getting too much nitrogen. Since you have lots of roses you probably know this already! If they were mine, I would prune them back heavily in December to encourage healthy new (and hopefully flowering) stems. Hope this works!

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