Answer: If you haven't already, you should prune everything down to give your roses a good start on the growing season. Cut everything down to about knee high and remove any canes that have turned gray, leaving 3-5 of the most vigorous canes. Cut each cane to an outside facing bud. This is where new growth will emerge. As your rose bush grows all of the canes will be approximately the same height. You can safely prune back any that are extra long, making them the same height as the rest of the plant. Enjoy your roses!
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