Newbe, no the frost won't kill them roses are tough. Avoid planting if the ground is waterlogged or frozen solid. If not, a big planting hole, add well rotted manure and a handful of bonemeal. Sprinkle some rootgrow over the rootball or roots of the rose and plant with the graft 2 inches below the soil, infill, leaving a shallow depression around the rose and water in with 2 gallons of water. Water every 2 weeks if there's plenty of rain or weekly during dry weather and keep well watered throughout the summer months in the first year. You may not get the best out of them in the first year if they're bare root. Potted roses fare better in the first year.
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