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January flowering roses

My roses are budding and trying to flower now in January. The buds are making small flowers. I do not know whether to prune the buds off now to promote better flowers later on, prune the whole rose now to stop them budding, or just leave them? It has happening on more than one rose and on different varieties. 

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  • Pete.8Pete.8 Billericay, EssexPosts: 8,496

    My repeat flowering rambler Moonlight has opened 20+ blooms in the last few days.
    I'll enjoy the mid-winter roses while they last.

    I'd say leave them as they are and prune mid-Feb early-March

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