Answer: Miniature roses grown on their own roots are generally very cold hardy and can do quite well planted in the garden. They will need the same conditions as other roses in the landscape: full sun or at least a half a day of direct sun, evenly moist yet well drained soil, good air circulation, and a layer of organic mulch about three inches deep over their root area year round. Since August is a terribly stressful time of year for planting you might want to keep them in their containers in a place with full morning sun and then plant them in early September. Take care not to let them dry out. Enjoy your mini's!
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