Did you know that you can keep roses as houseplants? Growing roses indoors is certainly possible if you can provide the right conditions for your plant. The most common type of rose that is grown indoors is the miniature rose. Let’s take a look at how you can keep a rose indoors. Indoor Rose Care If you have been wondering if you can grow roses indoors, the answer is yes, but you’ll need to know a few important things. The most important aspect in indoor rose care is being able to provide enough light. Miniature roses require quite a bit of direct sun indoors in order to thrive. Provide at least 6 hours of direct sun. Southern or western exposure windows are ideal. Daytime temperatures of 70-75 F. (21-24 C.) and nighttime temperatures of around 60 F. (15 C.) would be ideal. Avoid any cold drafts indoors, but if you can provide good air circulation, this will help minimize instances of diseases that roses tend to be prone to.