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In general, most rose bushes should be pruned in late February. Hybrid teas require a more rigorous pruning- cutting them back 8 – 18 inches from the ground each year. Shrub roses- whether they are antiques or new “earth kind” roses should be pruned more selectively- like a shrub.

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Sep 21, Prune the rose bush to encourage new growth and get rid of dead branches. Mid-February is the best time to prune in Arkansas. Cut the entire bush to one-third its size and remove any dead branches. Always cut one-quarter inch above a leaflet that contains five leaves. The best time to prune most roses is in late winter or very early spring, before the plants break dormancy (when the buds begin to swell), or when the plants are just starting to send out new growth.

In Arkansas, spring pruning is usually done around mid-February to March.

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Pruning of old growth encourages new growth and development. Cut height of bush back by one-third. Make cuts about a quarter-inch above a five-leaf leaflet. After blooms are spent, cutting stems back to a five-leaf leaflet will encourage new growth. On a new bush, it is a good idea to cut short stems on blooms until the plant.

May 22, While it’s healthy to prune rose plants late in the winter, in anticipation of spring growth, you should not prune rose plants late in the fall. Avoid pruning rose plants after October 1 (in the 95%(92). Fall Care: October and November Depending on where you live and how soon fall and winter come, you'll want to start protecting your roses for the winter during the fall months.

Once you have had a few good frosts, leaves will start falling. Apply a dormant spray such as lime sulfur and/or spray oil.

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