Sweetheart rose

My sweetheart rose has finished blooming and started loosing leaves. I'll keep on watering it and can see already a bit of new green. in the spring, Hans will plant it outside, just as he did one a few years ago, which grew and produced so many flowers. so he is looking forward to try it again.
Sad when they look like this, but I'm sure it will be glad to get outside. I had a droopy Christmas plant that I put on my deck (of course, my climate is different from yours) and it looks great. I think maybe it was too warm and dry inside, so I plan to plant it in the garden when there's no danger of frost.
posted February 3rd, 2018  
Such a pretty name - it is a small rose?
posted February 3rd, 2018  
@maggiemae when fully open maybe 2 inch across. we had 87 roses on the one which is planted outside during the season..none was counted twice. hope this one will as well in a year or two, but first we have to wait till spring to plant it. thank your for your comment and question.
posted February 3rd, 2018  
Thats not that small - amazing to have 87 roses - you will have to take a cutting and grown another!
posted February 3rd, 2018  
Great shot. Keep it in a dry cold store (nearly not frozen) and plant them, trimmed ,in you garden in spring.
posted February 3rd, 2018  
Nice that you plant it outside so it can flower again.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Poor rose. I hope the new bloom develops nicely. Lovely shot.
posted February 4th, 2018  
I tossed out a couple plants recently. Nice B&W photo for the challenge.
posted February 4th, 2018  
they are so tough, mine barely survive the neglect!
posted February 4th, 2018  
Cool b&w
posted February 6th, 2018  
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