4. Roses in Colder Areas
Even though most people imagine that roses are hard to grow, plant and maintain, they are one of the few flowering plants that will thrive perfectly in the right conditions no matter where in the world they’re planted.
If you live in an area with a warmer climate, you want to make sure your roses are getting at least six hours of direct sunlight without being exposed to harsh direct sun that can do more damage than good.
If you live in an area with a colder climate instead, it could help to plant your rose bushes amongst other plants that can protect your roses against the elements.
Harsh early morning cold (and heavy winds) can be detrimental to rose bushes; in colder climates, some people will plant their roses either among other plants or adjacent to a wall, which adds some necessary warmth that the plants could use for growth when it gets colder.