First thing you need to do is take off the bottom tray. That is holding water against the bottom of the pot and keeping it too wet while the top is too dry. Drainage is vital to good rose growth. Roses hate to have wet roots and will rot and die eventually. Just let the water drain through naturally. Water it when you can stick your finger in the soil up to the first knuckle and it feels dry. Water it thoroughly and then allow it to dry out to there again before watering again. I can't tell if it is outdoors? Roses are not house plants and will struggle inside. Keep it outside in a place that gets good morning sun if possible. They need at least 6 hours, and prefer 8 hours, of full sun to thrive.