rose tree - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by dawnmn2
October 3, 2010
I know in spring to cut back roses but what about rose tree I think mine might need some branhes cut because they are rubbing against another branch

Answer from NGA
October 3, 2010
Spring is the best time to prune back rose trees, too. It won't hurt to remove a rubbing or crossing branch now, but wait until new growth begins in the spring to do any major pruning. Best wishes with your rose tree.

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