I know roses are a traditional gift at this time of year, but they break all the rules about local and sustainable growing. I would much prefer a couple of bare root roses that will bloom for many seasons in my garden. Recently at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show I admired a huge display of blooming orchids. I had a few Phaeleonopsis (moth) orchids in Minnesota that would rebloom yearly after spending the summer outdoors on the North side of our house. Here in Western Washington I unintentionally killed them after moving them and put them in my cool greenhouse. Then I bought two new ones at the 2013 NWFGS and killed them too. What am I doing wrong?