I have a 3 foot rose bush, in a pot, on my balcony. A while ago it got some spider mites from somewhere, but I didn't think much of them at first (BIG MISTAKE). Since then it has become mostly coated in them. I tried hosing it down, to wash them off, they came back in a couple of days. I tried spraying with raid (the crawling bug kind, that's supposed to keep on killing for about 6weeks), this worked for the rest of my plants, but not this one rose bush, they came back after about a week. This rose bush is sitting on my balcony, with the rest of my plants inside. I need to get rid of them before I bring it back in with the rest of my plants, and I need to bring it in before it gets too cold here. Any suggestions on how to get rid of them permanently? I really would hate to lose this bush, it's the only yellow rose bush I have. It's looking pretty sick from its battle with the mites, and aphids before that (the aphids died quickly though), I'm hoping that if I can get rid of the bugs, the plant will recover next year.