Spring Gardening Part One: Roses

If you want beautiful roses this summer, it's time to get working at it now! The President of the Syracuse Rose Society shows you how

You may not have a rose garden as big as Thornden Park's Mills Garden (35hundred bushes, with at least 200 more to be planted this spring!) BUT if you want your bushes to look great this season, it's time to prune and prep now.

Take a look at the video from with Pam Dooling, president of the Syracuse Rose Socety, who showed us how to prune, and what tools to have at hand.

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