Just plant as yoou would any rose.. I'm not a rosarian by any means, but I would amend the planting hole (especially if you have GA clay) to promote good drainage. I like polymer moisture crystals and slow-release fertilizer pellets when I plant anything... if your rose is arriving bare root, you could make a slurry of rehydrated crystals to coat the roots, then mix the rest of the polymer into the planting hole. Again, thinking of drainage, you might consider planting it into a bit of a mounded up "hill," unless the area where you're putting it is sloped or generally quite dry.
I bought two of these from a local antique rose nursery and the owner of the nursery owner suggested that I add a small scoop of Milorganite on top of the roses, around the roots. If the leaves start yellowing, add a small amount of epsom salts also. I'm a newbie to this and my Zephirines are doing great in the several weeks since I planted them. Hope yours are doing well also!!! ;) Can't wait till they climb and bloom!!!