First of all, can I say that I have no gardening experience when it comes to plants. About 2 weeks ago, we bought a pair of patio roses (just like the picture below). These were roughly about 2 - 2.5 foot high and were pretty young as the stem was not much thicker than a pen. Well on Monday, it was quite windy here and although it wasn't bad, it was enough to snap the bush of the rose completely off (where the arrow is pointing to) and now all I am left with is the stem (and the bush). My question is this. Is the patio rose ruined? Or can I either keep watering/growing the stem and hope it grows another bush, or can I take a cutting from the bush that snapped off? They weren't cheap, so I don't want to just go out and buy another one. I felt that although the cane that was in place to support the stem didn't do anything to support the actual bush and it was top heavy if you know what I mean. They wern't exposed as our back is surrounded by a solid 6' fence and the roses were at each side of the french doors. Thanks for your help/advise.