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Dec 09, Roses should be cut to the ground only in winter, and only if the wood is seriously damaged or diseased and needs to be removed. What you do can also vary according to the type of rose. There are old garden roses OGR's) that receive a different protocol. Someone provided a link for knockouts.

Cut off any cane that has died over the winter and prune them for shape and size.

It would be a good place to start, as well as getting information specific to your zone, so I would really key in to the advice from the folks on this forum in"your" zone. How to Prune Roses Step by Step. Use clean, sharp tools. Start at the bottom of the bush and work up. Prune less in the beginning. You can always go back and cut away more unwanted growth.

The compact variety only grows to about four feet, but the standard grows six to eight feet tall.

Most mistakes grow back just fine. Prune dead wood back to living plant tissue with an anvil pruner or lopper.

Then the bush grows new, healthy leaves. Cutting a rose bush down to the ground in the middle of Spring is a bit extreme. However, roses are amazingly hardy, so they may recuperate. I would just make sure they have enough water, and WAIT. Do not feed them, spray them, or anything, until they start showing new growth. Oct 21, If you don't know what type of rose bush you have, watch the plant throughout its growing season. If it blooms on the new growth, prune it next year while the plant is still dormant or just about to break dormancy.

If it blooms early on last year's. New Dawn roses seem to be synonymous with Nantucket. Postcards fea- ture thousands of pink blossoms rambling up the sides of the gray-shingled cottages.

For this reason alone, they belong on the “Best Of ” list, but they are outstanding plants, with excellent reliability and dependable bloom. Nov 23, Cut 1/3 of the thickest stems to the ground. Cut out one-third of the longest, thickest stems back to the ground after the plants flower in midsummer and before they set bud in.

May 25, Sometimes, shrubs and flowers from the 19 th century live on in these hallowed parks, attracting rosarians and plant-breeders to seek cuttings and divisions from old roses, yuccas, peonies.