On Saturday, Jan. 12, University of California Cooperative Extension/El Dorado County Master Gardeners will present a class on proper pruning of roses.
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Join Master Gardener Julianne Melchor as she presents all aspects of proper pruning. The proper tools to use will be discussed as well as the right time of year to prune and different techniques for various rose varieties. There will hands-on demonstrations.
The free three-hour class starts at 9 a.m. and will be held in the Veterans Memorial Building, 130 Placerville Drive in Placerville.
For more information about the public education classes and activities, go to the Master Gardener Website at ucanr.org/sites/EDC_Master_Gardeners/. Sign up to receive the online notices and e-newsletter at ucanr.org/mgenews/.