Rose plants are plants that need full sunlight for the sake of photosynthesis, which is the way plants produce food for themselves. Therefore, storing pots overgrown with roses should be stored in an open place or in a place that is exposed to direct sunlight.
Almost all living things need water to be able to live their lives, not to mention rose plants. Therefore, the rose plant must always be watered every day 2 times a day if it is in hot weather conditions, morning and evening. In an area that has warmer weather, rose plants can be watered up to 3 times a day, namely morning, afternoon and evening. However, when it comes to the rainy season for roses that are not exposed to rain (rose pots are stored in a shade such as a canopy or something like a greenhouse), simply watering once a day or once every 2 days.
As for those affected by rainwater, try spraying water on the leaves / flowers immediately after the rain has stopped so that the rain water does not stick, because rain water can usually result in the leaves of the rose falling out