Answer: We usually recommend pruning rose bushes back in December so you're a little early in cutting yours back. But, the weather is beginning to cool down now so I don't think you've done too much damage. As long as the roots are well established, it should begin sending up new shoots. As they are emerging, remove any that are misplaced and allow the strongest, most upright branches to grow.
Best wishes with your garden!
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