Should a Confederate Rose Be Trimmed in Alabama?

Confederate roses grown in Alabama do not require pruning. They can be pruned for visual appeal, to promote new growth and to remove frost damage in the spring. Light pruning can be performed to maintain the shape without reducing the size.

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Stephanie Manning started her writing career in 2007. She writes for a number of online publishers, including eHow and GardenGuides. She obtained certifications in horticulture, business and nursing from the Walton Career Development Center.