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Hy­brid Tea Roses and Flori­bun­das.

Rose blooms should be re­moved to al­low growth of new blooms. They can be re­moved as they open and can then be taken into the house for ev­ery­one to en­joy. Be sure and cut above a leaf with five leaflets. If you cut too far back, you de­prive the plant of the fo­liage it needs to man­u­fac­ture food. Flori­bunda roses don't have long stems, so cut back to the first full leaf.

Each time you prune your roses, re­mem­ber that you are pro­vid­ing them with the "vim, vigor and vi­tal­ity" needed to pro­duce awe­some roses for years to come.

Take one flour tor­tilla (any size). Open a can of tomato or pasta sauce. Grate some cheese (moz­zarella if pos­si­ble).

Put the tor­tilla on a cookie sheet and cover with enough tomato sauce to lightly coat it. Place grated cheese about 1/4 inch thick. Add pep­per­oni, chopped kale, spinach, ham, green chiles, or use left-overs and be cre­ative! Bake in pre­heated 350 de­grees oven about fif­teen min­utes. Time will vary based on the tor­tilla size and lay­ers, so check ev­ery few min­utes to make sure the edges don’t burn.

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