Fall-er-izing the garden

Fall-er-izing the garden

I have some questions on what to do with my flowers right now. The Roses: I have a few rose bushes that I'm not sure how to prune. One is a big rambling plant that has the prettiest flowers on it. It's still putting out new growth (despite the frosty weather) so I'm not sure if I should cut it back yet or not. I've also got a bird-planted rose bush that showed up in my front garden this spring. I didn't get any flowers from it this year, not that I was really expecting any it's first year. From what I know about roses there is the "flowers on the new growth" variety and the "flowers on the old growth" variety. As I have no idea who the parents of this plant are what should I do? Leave it be or cut it back? Some of each? Can I even expect flowers on it next year or will it take longer for it to bloom? Do any of you know a good website that can teach me how to take care of my roses with out hacking them into oblivion? The Lilys: I have more day-lilys than I know what to do with. Some of the generic orange tiger lilys and some sort of really pretty white and pink variety. I did some research last year and I know that now is the time to transplant some of these guys. But do I need to cut back the growth first? It's still really green and I don't want to cut it back if they're still storing up nutrients in the bulbs, or whatever it is that day-lilys have. When it's time to cut back the growth do I just have at it with the weed whacker? I'm on the border of zones 6b and 7a in Tennessee thanks!
IDing mystery plants?

IDing mystery plants?

“Baby Toes”

“Baby Toes”

Rose help?

Rose help?

My New Apt!

My New Apt!

I bring pictures

I bring pictures

Plant ID

Plant ID