When should you cut back roses?

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You can cut back roses through out the year as needed. The roses grow for most of the year, and require maintenance through out. Cut off the dead leaves, and rose flowers. Cut off the flowers that grow in the directions you don't want them to grow in.
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1. Cut the roses off your plant as they bloom throughout the growing season. Not only will you have a nice bouquet for your kitchen, you'll also constantly give your rose bushes a
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I live in oregon zone 7 and here you prune half way in late fall, then really clean house in late january or feburary..If it is really over grown, it would hurt it one bit to cut
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and again in Feb. Octber and then again in Feb.
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This depends on the type of rose plant. Most rose pruning is done in the
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When to Cut Back Roses
Pruning rose bushes can seem like a daunting task to the novice rose gardener. While it's tempting to simply leave your roses alone each year for fear of pruning incorrectly, it's important to remember how important pruning is for their health. Knowing... More »
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