How can I stop die-back on roses?

Emma Crawforth reveals what and where to prune on your roses, if you've discovered stems dying off.

In this short Quick Tips video, Emma Crawforth explains how and where to prune your roses, should you discover dead, brown stems that are dying back. She also gives her tips on feeding roses after pruning, and reveals why it's important not to bury rose stems.

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