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Wait until the blooming cycle has ended and temperatures have dropped.

In the spring, cut out all but three to five of the healthiest, most vigorous canes. Prune these canes down to 15 to 18 inches from ground level. Keep any weak, small or short stems pruned away. Generally with hybrid teas, any cane thinner than a pencil should be removed.

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In the late fall, prune roses back by about one-third of their height. Pruning Roses. We said in last month's newsletter that choosing the right time to prune Arizona roses is difficult.

Ideally, they should be pruned two weeks before the buds swell. Some gardeners simply"sense" when this is about to happen. (One St. David gardener judges it by when the mesquite trees begin to bud.).

Sep 21, Trim your roses between mid December and mid January, which is the ideal time if you live in Arizona. If you have shrub roses, floribunda’s, hybrid teas, or grandiflora roses, trim them back to knee height. Do a light trim after September Trim off only approximately ¼ of the rose bush. The best time to cut back roses is on spring when the buds start to swell on your rose plants. The bumps on the canes should be huge and reddish in hue by then. Timing your pruning before those buds open.

Here is a short tutorial on how to cut back your overgrown roses:Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Dec 10, The first pruning can be done in late January to a height of 15 inches or so. This time remove all dead wood, crossing branches, and Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. healthy roses is during dormancy (Dec. – Mar.) Cut canopy one third to one half back Move as much of the root ball as possible.

Sep 21, Prune these roses in September after they have finished blooming and simply remove old, nonproducing or diseased wood. Do not dead head heirloom roses. Hook and blade pruning shears, long-handled lopping shears and fine-toothed curved pruning saws (for thick rose canes) are the best tools to use for pruning roses.