Mother's Day gift
I have been given a rose plant in a pot, no name, for Mother's Day. There is a clue on the tag with the words "Rose Ceramic" and all I can see on a search with this description is, of course, ceramic roses and how to make them!
It is a standard, 20 inches high, with deep pink small flower heads and it might be a Tea Rose. The care instructions say to keep it in a "warm, bright room away from direct sunlight". Usual watering, keeping it moist, and feeding every two weeks. Is that right? Can we have an indoor standard potted rose?
The pot is about 4inches high and 5 inches wide which is placed in a pretty white plant holder. I would love to be able to put it outdoors, but the tag is clear about it being in a warm bright room and no direct sunshine.
I have not seen nor heard of this type of rose before and I have looked on websites for anything like it but had no luck. Can anyone advise me about this please?