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by ND farm girl on September 13, 2006 08:24 PM
They were new roses I planted this spring, so they didn't have a huge root system to have to worry too much about, but a few still have some transplant shock and are a little droopy - mostly where there are some buds. Should I trim these droopy branches?

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PattyM
by netty on September 14, 2006 05:06 AM
Hi Patty [wavey]
I would trim off any remaining buds too so that your plant can work on getting roots before winter sets in.

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by joclyn on September 14, 2006 07:11 AM
yes, trim back about a third of the plant. also, get some root stimulant and mix up a batch (a little weaker than the package directions) and pour around the root ball...that should help kick in the root growth before the cold weather sets in. make sure you mulch really well, too! i just use leaves for over-wintering...then i remove them in the spring.
by ND farm girl on September 14, 2006 09:28 AM
Thank you!

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PattyM

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