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In the garden

Posted: June 15, 2013 at 4:01 a.m.

Gangly sprouts on a Knockout rose suggest the shrub is infected with the rose rosette virus.

Gangly sprouts on a Knockout rose suggest the shrub is infected with the rose rosette virus.

Q Please tell me what I need to do. These roses bloomed beautifully and now they are putting out long new growth, and the shorter parts are not putting on any new buds. Do I need to trim?

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