Dying Roses

Dying Roses

I have two potted indoor roses (Mr. Lincoln, and Miss Carolina Anne), recieving direct sunlight on a shelf facing a bright window. It's cool in here maybe 70 degrees. They're in potting soil with mulch, I give them bone meal every once in awhile, and sticks of miracle grow. I've had them for about three months, in the last month I've seen lots of new growth on them. Then this last week they've just been looking more and more bad.... Till this morning when I checked at them they had completely wilted. I just don't know what to do. I figured it was from a lack of watering and picked them up and soaked them in my bath tub, which is not easy to go considering the pots are, like, huge. Does anyone have any advice? I know they're still saveable, I just don't know what to do. They aren't planted outside, because there's some disease going around and most of the plants and trees in my yard have died this summer.
composter problems

composter problems

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Luring in the fae…

The good, the bad, and the tasty!

The good, the bad, and the tasty!

Repotting gooseberry

Repotting gooseberry

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Sick rosebush?

What my room looks like when you enter

What my room looks like when you enter