Hi Rita, Roses get pruned in winter when they are dormant so depending where you are this can be from Mid June until early August. No need to feed them in winter, feed them with organic fertilisers when new growth appears and use a good Mulch like the Kolush Manuka Mulch to retain the moisture and goodness into the soil. Most roses get pruned to an outward facing bud (approx. 3 buds from the base) after removing old weak and dead branches (only leave the strong healthy ones) Watch the Rose video on the Palmers web site to get some more tips. If you having climbing roses or old fashioned one call into on of our stores as they require a slightly different approach.
Thanks the Palmers Team
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