|I believe it's time to prune back my rose bushes. But they are going strong and bursting with blooms. Should I wait until they are ready to stop blooming or go ahead and cut back now.In fact, during our recent freeze they were beautiful with blooms. I'm in Central Florida
|Answer from NGA
January 16, 2010
|Roses are usually pruned back in December in your gardening region. If yours are in full bloom, I'd wait until there is a lull in flower production and prune them back then. March is probably a good time to prune. Enjoy your roses!
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