Does anyone grow a 'procumbent' or groundcover rose in a container?
I am looking to make my first foray into roses, and was very excited to see on sites such as David Austen and Peter Beales there are some procumbent/ground cover roses apparently suitable for growing in containers. I am very fond of several of these, as they resembles a rose which grew in my grandmother's garden. However I am restricted in having a container garden and need a rose which would be OK in a (large - 60cm diameter) pot. Does anyone grow a procumbent rose in a container, and if so, does it sprawl outwards? Fall down to the ground? Or does it sound like a terrible idea to grow a ground cover rose in a pot, and should I stick to a shrub or bush? Thanks in advance - any advice or words of wisdom much appreciated.