Answer: It's a bit late to plant your rose outdoors in November. It won't have time to develop a root system before frost hits. Wait until next spring to plant it outside. You can repot your rose in a slightly larger container. Use a good quality potting soil and start using a rose fertilizer. Keep soil consistently moist and water slowly so that water drains out the bottom of the pot. This leaches salts from the water and fertilizer below the root zone and helps prevent leaf burn. Put the rose in bright light, morning sun, or filtered sun in the afternoon. Roses often "rest" after a bloom period, so your rose will put on more flowers with fresh soil and fertilizer and after it acclimates to a new environment. Good luck!
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