Christine notes, she kept the young Baby Blanket rose inside over it's first winter, then the pot went
outside. It has now been in the ground nearly 10 years and is finally
putting out decent canes. Moral of the story - if you want to keep a
rose inside over winter, use a cutting and leave the main plant OUTSIDE.
This spray of the light pink Baby Blanket rose sits prettily near a branch of the blue grey Colorado Spruce 'Fat Albert'.