Posted: 27/06/2014 at 11:38
Isn't it beautiful
If I were you I'd prepare a good spot in the garden as per the advice on this link http://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=191#section-3 and plant it out into the garden. It will be much happier.
When the individual blooms die I'd cut it off, cutting it back to a strong set of leaves - then it will grow more flowering shoots but that way you'll keep it fairly compact and it won't grow too tall.
Some roses do produce such heavy blooms that they are prone to droop a bit, particularly if weighed down after the rain. It's a good idea to go out after the rain and shake the blooms gently to get most of the raindrops off.
Hope that helps