Hi Bryan, Some of the die back is due to position and soil condition, so some is a little bit of trial and error. Often by looking at the plant you will see if it is a strong grower. Also ensure you have a good pruning and spraying programme in place (cleaning secateurs etc. to stop spreading of any viruses). When pruning the rose in the winter July/August ensure you prune out the dieback well into healthy growth.
Thanks the Palmers Team
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