Miniature roses first became popular during the 1800s, then were almost forgotten. Lately, their popularity has been growing rapidly. They are now among the most commonly hybridized of all roses. Miniature roses are represented by twiggy, repeat-flowering shrubs ranging from 6" to 36" in height, with most falling in the 12"–24" height range, climbing varieties can reach up to 5’ tall, still bearing tiny flowers. Blooms come in all the hybrid tea colors; many varieties also emulate the classic high centred hybrid tea flower shape, although they can be found as single, semi-double, double or in clustered form. Miniature roses are great in containers, make lovely borders, or for those with a small yard or balcony.
A unique rose having buds of soft apricot that open into fully double blooms of soft, cool green (deeper green when grown in partial shade). The color of 'Green Ice' comes closer to a true green than any other rose. Learn More
A beautiful, shade tolerant, symmetrical bush with much branching to keep it compact produces a deep pink 1" bloom with pointed petals that re-curve to show a lighter center. A profuse bloomer, this is an outstanding rose for containers or for a low edging.
When grown in full sun the light red on the petals of this 2" rose (petals 30-36)become a dark red, almost completely covering the petals. The flowers first open as a deep yellow, flush with dark red as the flowers open fully and that dark red fades to a pink. The plant usually has all three stages on it at any given time making it look as though there are 3 different roses on the same plant.
Having a mild fragrance the pale pink buds are about the size of a grain of wheat and produce near white semi-double flowers. The leaves are dark green and perfectly in proportion with the plant. Best grown in partial shade.