Answer: Roses grow year around in Florida and can be beautiful with regular maintenance. They are prone to fungal diseases because of the humidity but you can overcome that with regular fungicide sprays and regular pruning to keep the plants open for good air circulation. I think the plants are worth the effort! Major pruning is done in December and you'll want to water regularly to keep the soil moist so mulching the ground after planting the roses will help the soil retain moisture and also help suppress weeds. Best wishes with your new roses!
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