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When does a rose fully bloom?


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2009-04-25 10:54:40
2009-04-25 10:54:40

Hi there roses bloom mid summer and last round to late summer the will last 3-4 weeks at fully bloom.The rose should be pruned after bloom to encourage growth.


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