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Multi-budded roses


By Kornos

Surrey, United Kingdom Gb

How do you deal with the rose that has so many buds on one stem? It is very healthy and we only put it in 2 years ago.Someone has told us that we should remove some of the tiny buds around, but how many? Thanks



Why would you want to? Some roses have multi - heads by nature, the Floribunda group and some climbing roses especially. If you were wanting a Hybrid Tea rose for an exhibition, you might dis-bud it, but if the rose in question grows like that, leave it and enjoy the blooms! Do you have the label still? That should tell you the type and name of the rose if you need more information.

15 Jun, 2008

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