Weeping Standard roses are grown on a 100cm stem.
They need to be trained to weep. The natural habitat of the plant is for new stems to grow upwards rather than weeping down. You should let them grow up until the new stems are long enough to bend and train downwards, but wait until the wood is hard enough to be manipulated without breaking. September is often the ideal month to do this.
Standard Roses are delivered between November and March, supplied as bare root plants for delivery to UK Mainland address only.