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Alex King
My "Victory Roses" plant, purchased in the Spring at my nearby Giant Supermarket, is now about 4' tall and going strong with 6 or more blooms and lots of buds. It was outside all Summer, just brought it inside last night to avoid the pending Frost. Should I/could I transplant to the outside and survive the Winter here in the Philadelphia suburbs (Growing Zone 7a 19422)? I seem to have bought a lot of plants which originated at your farm. Between my mission to save my Begonia, pansies and mums, I have run out of reasonable Sun-lit inside room. Any suggestions?
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Hi Alex,

Roses are cold hardy and will grow well in zones 5-10.Your rose will do well planted outside in the winter. Make sure to choose a sunny location since roses love sunlight. Your plant may show signs of stress in winter, but should produce a lot of new growth and buds when spring comes around. Please let us know if you need help with anything else!
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