To make sure you get the most out of your rose check the quality of the plant. That can be done by ensuring the plants
Therefore always avoid roses with dead leafs and bad rooting.
After you have purchased your Q-iRose you will get most out of it, if the rose get a good amount of sunlight. For the best output position your rose, where it get 6 hours of sun. That will prevent it from getting pests attacks and other diseases - it would also benefit your, because the rose will then bloom better and more.
When you plant your rose it is important that you ensured the soil around the roots isn't dry and that the soil dont dry out the following weeks - after the been plantet. This is extra importen if you plant your rose in the summertime, where the temperature is higher.
If you plant your rose in beds it may be necessary to feed the soil, but it depends on the soil you have in your garden. Therefor it It can be helpful if you give the plant fertilizing (just make sure you follow the instruction on the packaging). But dont over fertilization it, since it may cause the roses to produce less flowers.
If you want to keep your rose for a long time after you have planted in at beds or pots, the rose will benefit is you prune it and remove the faded flowers (also known as; deadhead). That will prevent then rose to get lush and it will help the rose to maintain healthy, keep it full with blooms and makes it look great.
When you prune your rose make sure the plant can grow with an open center, because it will make the air to flow freely through the plant. At the sametime the rose would benefit if your remove dead branchesand weak canes.
The best location for your indoor rose is where it can catch sunlight, without getting dried out or sunburned. Therefor it is import that you water your roses regularly so they dont dry out.
After your purchase of a Q-iRose®, remember to remove flowers as they fade away. This will give the rose a better look and give it a longer season - it will also help the plant becoming richer and stronger in it's flowering. To avoid any damage to your rose cut away weak rots, leafs and flowers in a 45 degree angle - that will help prevent the rose from catching any flower disease after the cut.
If you have treated your indoor rose well you can, after years of enjoying it indoors, with great succes plant it in your garden.