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Default Pruning rose cuttings

I have managed to root several shrub rose cuttings and am not sure what to do next. At the moment I just have the 6 to 8 inch cuttings in pots. Do they need to be cut back so they can later assume the correct shape?

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I have managed to root several shrub rose cuttings and am not sure what to do next. At the moment I just have the 6 to 8 inch cuttings in pots. Do they need to be cut back so they can later assume the correct shape?

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No, you don't cut it again.Instead you have to gave some time to these rose cutting, to grow.and then you put each of them in different pots.


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