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Pruning Roses OSU Extension Service. Jul 28, The first major flowering season occurs in late spring to early summer, and the second occurs in fall (roses do bloom in summer, but the number and quality of the flowers are reduced). The first pruning, done in late January or early February, prepares rose bushes for the late-spring to early summer blooming.

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.

Summer rosebush trimming consists of deadheading, removing dead wood, and shaping the bush.

Sep 03, Prune roses in late summer. Gardeners should prune their roses by late August in north Louisiana and by early September in south Louisiana.

Late summer is time to think about pruning roses. Roses respond best to regular pruning each year. We prune our repeat-flowering roses (also called everblooming roses or remontant roses) based on the timing. Gloves are optional but leather gloves are useful when pruning roses.

The pruning cut. Make a clean degree cut on a downward slant, away from the bud, about a quarter inch above an outward facing bud eye. Cutting to an outside bud increases air circulation. Strip the bush of foliage two weeks before pruning to cause new buds to swell. Feb 13, Prune to the height you want your rose bush to be, keeping a fairly consistent height throughout.

When extensive pruning of once-blooming roses is necessary, it is best done in early to midsummer after they have finished flowering.

If it is in the back of a border, leave it a little higher; for the front of a border, trim lower. For hybrid teas in particular, the lower you prune, the bigger the flower and longer the stem - good for cutting and exhibiting. Roses are heavy feeders that should be fed after their spring pruning, a second time after the first bloom cycle in late June and finally in early to mid-August, two months before the first frost.

Always water prior to applying fertilizer. Fertilize around the drip line of the rose away from the bud union.