Roses are prize plants in gardens all over the world, loved for their bright hues and full, delicate petals.
But, garden enthusiasts could find themselves aghast if they get a crucial plant-care task wrong – pruning.
Pruning roses is essential to maintain the health, vigor, and appearance of the plants.
Not only does it make the plant look better, it prevents the risk of disease and encourages new blooms.
However, there are some autumn pruning mistakes all gardeners should be aware of when it comes to their roses.