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How do I Cover Rose Bushes for Winter?

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1. Wait until a hard frost has caused a majority of leaves to fall off. This will prevent you from covering the roses too early. If you prefer, wait until there have been several nights with temperatures in the teens. 2. Gather dirt from a location
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