Pruning Lady Bank's Roses?

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Lady bank rose is a variety that grows in vine form and is native to China. Pruning lady bank roses is required regularly as they have a rapid growth rate. And to do so, you wait till they stop blooming in the late spring and examine the stalks of the roses looking for any that are yellow or brown indicating that they are dead. You locate the tallest and thickest stalks found toward the center of the plant looking for any that are overhanging. You cut them to the desired height using your pruners or at the base using loppers.
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