In the graduation thesis we presented the growth and development of established roses in the first year after transplanting to a new location. In February 2017, we transplanted dormant plants from the rosarium of Horticultural centre of Biotehnical Faculty in Bilje Nova Gorica to a newly designed rosarium in front of the Biotehnical Faculty in Ljubljana. From the beginning of March, we observed the success of transplanting of all rose plants. In April and May 2017 we carried out monitoring of the growth of selected rose cultivars from different groups. Twenty (20) different rose cultivars were observed: groundcover roses (4), floribundas (4), climbing roses (4), tree roses (4) and ramblers (4). The measurements were performed on April 19th, May 3rd and May 22nd, and each time we recorded the number and total length of annual shoots longer than five centimeters on two to three plants of each cultivar. We calculated the average length of annual shoots and the average number of shoots per cultivar and rose groups. We determined differences in average annual shoots length and average number of annual shoots among different cultivars and rose groups. At all samplings, groundcover roses on average developed the most annual shoots (in the first term 19, the second 35, and in the third 40 shoots) and tree roses developed the least shoots (in the first term 1, the second 8, and the third 13 shoots). The longest annual shoots were measured on floribundas at the first and second sampling (10,69 cm and 12,81 cm, respectively) and on climbing roses in the third term (27,42 cm). In all terms tree roses developed the shortest shoots (7,13 cm, 7,93 cm and 16,15 cm on progressive samplings). All roses reacted to transplanting to a new location very well.