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Do not dead head heirloom roses.

Pruning Roses. We said in last month's newsletter that choosing the right time to prune Arizona roses is difficult. Ideally, they should be pruned two weeks before the buds swell.

Some gardeners simply"sense" when this is about to happen. (One St. David gardener. Feb 22, We do indeed prune our roses back in January. There is still time if you get it done in the next day or two. You should have beautiful blooms around April 10th. The Rose Garden at Mesa Community College will be in full bloom around April 10th, as well. Around 9, roses.

Sep 21, Prune these roses in September after they have finished blooming and simply remove old, nonproducing or diseased wood. Do not dead head heirloom roses. Hook and blade pruning shears, long-handled lopping shears and fine-toothed curved pruning saws (for thick rose canes) are the best tools to use for pruning roses.

Sep 21, Trim your roses between mid December and mid January, which is the ideal time if you live in Arizona. Not all roses need trimming. If you have shrub roses, floribunda’s, hybrid teas, or grandiflora roses, trim them back to knee height. You may cut off up to ¾ of the bush’s height. Early spring flowering. Light pruning after flowering in spring to control shape or cut back to woody stems to rejuvenate. Yellow Bells Orange Bells Tecoma stans Tecoma hybrid Spring to fall flowering. Prune dead wood in early spring, otherwise light pruning as needed.

Brittlebush Encelia farinosa Spring flowering Trim tall flower stems down toFile Size: 27KB. Best time to transplant healthy roses is during dormancy (Dec. – Mar.) Cut canopy one third to one half back Move as much of the root ball as possible.

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. Prune away the weaker of the branches that cross each other. Also remove any suckers you find growing during the summer.