We have had temperatures down in the low 20s to burn rose leaves back and to tell them that winter is approaching and they should go dormant.
You can now safely cut them back.
Generally, we are a few weeks later in the season, but this year, we have had significantly colder weather.
It seems winter is approaching a little early.
Before you cut your roses back, you need to know what type you have.
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