What to do now roses have rooted
Hi - last year 2014 I took 7 cuttings in June from an already bloomed 40 year old climbing rose. I have never took cuttings before. The parent rose was my mams and she died the year before so these cuttings are very precious to me. 4 of them died but 3 survived. I scraped some green skin off, dipped them in rooting powder and pushed them into some soil in yogurt pots. Just before xmas I saw they were rooting well so put them into bigger pots. They were left in a little potting shed with glass roof. Now they are well established, and have lots of lush foliage but I am not sure what to do with them now. They are about 7" tall and have not been fed or had anything special in the pot, just soil. They will want to go outside soon, but I feel like a mum who is sending her kiddies off to school for the first time. Any advice on how / where / when to move them into their permanent pots would be appreciated. I am so scared I do something silly and kill them as they are a lovely reminder of my mam.