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Prune these varieties the same as the repeat bloomers below, but only after the bloom.

If a mid-season trim is in order, it is best done following a blooming period while in the resting phase.

Sep 21, Pruning roses in Florida calls for the same procedure as pruning roses elsewhere. The difference is in the timing. If you live in northern or central Florida, prune your roses in the winter (December or January).

Southern Florida gardeners will need to prune twice a year, once in March and then again in late August. Jan 02, Repeat blooming “Old Garden” roses should be “dead-headed” after each bloom cycle.

Dead-Heading is the process of removing about twelve to fifteen-inches of the stem behind the spent blossoms to promote the next crop of flowers. Pruning cuts should be made within the plant to hide the cut ends from view. In the summer, prune rose bushes to remove dead or diseased branches. Make the cuts one inch below the diseased branch, so only healthy wood remains. Summer is also the time to look for any branches in the center of the bush that are growing across each other. Sep 17, In early spring, cut them down to within a few inches of the soil.

Throughout the year, you also need to remove the spent blossoms and rose hips after blooming.

Over the next few years, the plants will typically regrow in their natural form with healthy, vigorous growth. Renovation is a fairly aggressive practice and won't work with all.

Feb 13, The best time to prune roses is in late winter or early spring, around the time new growth begins. This could be as early as January or as late as May, depending on your climate. If you'd like to mark your calendar, or set yourself a pruning reminder, here are regional estimates: Zones 3 and 4 - May.