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Rose bushes are beautiful plants that usually produce flowers in the spring.

Except for the removal of dead wood, do not prune anything. Let the rose develop long main canes. Then select canes that are growing in the direction that you want them to grow, and prune out the rest all the way to the ground. This is best done in the late winter while the rose is still dormant.

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Jan 17, In the fall, take off about ⅓ of each branch that you cut so your rose bush can grow healthy and tall in the spring. You can cut your rose bush down even more if you’d like to change its shape or height. Make sure to leave at least 6 inches (15 cm) of branches above the ground so that your rose bush can grow back%(4). Apr 08, You’re free to prune your knockout roses as soon as that last hard frost finishes thawing. We recommend cutting back about ½ – ⅓ of the total growth, which is usually between 12 and 18 inches.

If you find that your rose bush is becoming too large and unruly, you can cut the entire bush down to about 1 – 2 feet high in the spring. Remove an old garden rose bush's old, unproductive stems, and reduce the bush's overall height by one-third.

The buds on your rose bush create new growth.

Make each pruning cut 1/4 inch above the next bud on a stem. The bright-red rose hips may be left on the plants for fall color.