No Flowers on Rose Bush

Anonymous added on May 1, 2016 | Answered

When there are blind shoots, can you get them to ever form buds and bloom?

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Answered on May 2, 2016

Unfortunately no. Blind shoots remain without bloom and are major nutrient robbers from the rest of the bush. It is best to prune them out as far down on the bush as possible. Be sure you do in fact have blind shoots tough, check out this link to an article on rosebushes not blooming:

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