The Q&A Archives: Can My Rose Be Grown Outside

Question: I'm wondering if my bleeding heart rose can be grown outside. It is a white rose outlined in crimson red.

Answer: All roses can be grown outside and most roses, including pot-grown miniatures (which is what I think you have) are hardy to Zone 5 with no special care. Miniature roses are often hardier than shrub and tea roses, since they're grown on their own roots. If you have specific questions about rose care, please visit us again through the Q&A page.

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