Hybrid Teas Roses need to be pruned in early Spring before new growth begins. Cut to the ground any dead canes to approximately 14-16 inches. Be sure to shape the bush as you trim. Its a good time to start your fertilization program for the season as well. We recommend a formulation such as Espoma Rose Tone (6-6-4). This exceptional rose food helps promote abundant blooms.

Feed your broadleaf evergreens with a fertilizer especially formulated for acid loving plants such as Holly Tone.