Frost Damage on Hybred Tea Roses

jacksonjoanne10 added on March 11, 2018 | Answered

Will my rose bushes recover after frost damage? I have too many to try and cover them each night and uncover each morning. In the past I covered with sheets and roses still got some frost damage anyway.

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Answered on March 13, 2018

Northern gardeners also enjoy hybrid teas! You may have what we call "winter die-back" of the cane tips but typical spring pruning will remove these. If you have already done spring pruning then clip any tips that have died. Unless you have a particularly sensitive variety, frost won't set your roses back much.

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