Well packaged for the winter rest
Put the potted roses together in a sheltered place (for example on a warm house wall) and cover the surface of the earth with brushwood. Protect the pots with bubble wrap or reed mats, which remain open at the top; you can fill gaps with wood wool or leaves. Do not forget to water on frost-free days to avoid damage caused by drought. Sometimes protected roses sprout too early, which you should try to prevent with the help of fir branches or frost protection fleece.
You can also put your potted roses in the cellar, garage or unheated winter garden for the winter - ideally at temperatures between 0 and 5 degrees Celsius. However, it must not get warmer than 10 degrees Celsius, otherwise the plants will sprout.