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Video - Pegging A Rose

comments (5) August 27th, 2012 in blogs
PFZimmerman Paul Zimmerman, contributor
80 users recommend

Video Length: 9:07
Produced by: Paul Zimmerman Roses


We've all grown roses that put out long canes. Those canes seem to whip all over the place and can quickly get out of hand. You can keep cutting them back but you may lose some flowering. So, is there an alternative?  There is and it's called Pegging. Here is a video to show you what we mean.

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Comments (5)

PFZimmerman writes: Your welcome Posted: 1:04 pm on September 13th
Victoria_B writes: Exactly the information I was looking for, thank you! Posted: 7:39 pm on September 9th
PFZimmerman writes: Thank you for the kind words! Posted: 8:31 am on September 7th
ElveraH writes: I have never enjoyed a video more than this one. Not only was it informative, done in laymens language, but the photos, the instructions from Paul and the lovely music, made it entertaining and instructional at the same time! I did not want it to end. Posted: 6:40 am on September 4th
AnneLarkins writes: Wonderfully simple demonstration! Thanks so much! Beautiful examples at the end too :). Posted: 12:07 pm on September 3rd
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