Answer: Deadheading, or removing spent flowers on a cluster-flowering rose such as yours can be as labor-intensive as you want. You can remove individual flowers as they wither, or wait until the entire cluster is spent and then remove it. I wait until the cluster is spent and then cut it off, along with the long stem it is attached to. This encourages additional new growth which often flowers later in the season. Best wishes with your roses!
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