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Plants Matching miniature roses

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Stan V. Griep

(Miniature Rose, Rainbow Sunblaze® Rose)

The charm of a miniature rose lies in the contrast between its small size and extravagant bloom. This one, Rainbow Sunblaze, blooms non-stop and profusely from late spring into autumn. The flowers are very double (up to 70 petals) and yellow with red-orange edges, opening in clusters held above the leaves, which are medium-green and glossy. It’s a compact deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with a cluster of flowers. At the height of the first flush of bloom, this little...

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Stan V. Griep

(Irresistible Rose, Miniature Rose)

Introduced in 1989, this miniature rose bears small white double blooms on compact plants.

The knee-high, thorny stems of this hybrid rose are furnished with compound, medium-green leaves. From late spring to frost it bears petite, white, pink-blushed blooms that resemble miniature tea roses. The solitary or clustered flowers are lightly to moderately fragrant. Most modern roses bloom most prolifically if spent flowers are removed. In hot, subtropical climates, roses bloom primarily during the...

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Stan V. Griep

(Arcanum Rose, Miniature Rose)

White, fully double flowers with apricot pink petal tips grace the sweet miniature rose, 'Arcanum.' This everbloomer was introduced in 2001 by Rosemania. Its numerous flowers are not fragrant but are recognized as being of exhibition quality.

This miniature rose has a bushy, upright habit and stems lined with small, sharp, woody thorns. Its compound leaves are leathery and deep green. With good care and maintenance. Flowering occurs from early summer through frost. The small, double flowers...

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Jackson & Perkins® Company

(Miniature Rose)

The quaint and bushy Holy Toledo™ offers lots of double orange-apricot flowers in summer. This vigorous, heavy-blooming miniature was introduced in 1979 by Armstrong Nurseries, Inc. and hybridized by Jack Christensen as a cross between ‘Gingersnap’ and ‘Magic Carrousel.’

This miniature rose has slender stems lined with sharp woody thorns. Its compound leaves are leathery and deep green. From late spring to frost, it offers relatively large double blooms that are orange-apricot to yellow and...

(Lavender Jewel Miniature Rose, Miniature Rose)

The charm of miniature roses lies in their small size and extravagant bloom. Call them overachievers. This one, ‘Lavender Jewel,’ blooms non-stop from late spring to fall. The flowers are small and open and have thirty-eight overlapping lavender petals. It’s a compact deciduous shrub with upright, branching stems, each tipped with a flower cluster. It keeps producing new stems if spent stems are pruned promptly as the last flower fades. The leaves are dark green.

Like most roses, ‘Lavender Jewel’...

(Miniature Rose, Picotee™ Miniature Rose)

The small, yet vigorous Picotee™ offers clusters of miniature double flowers of white edged in red. Though the plants are small, the flower stems are relatively long and upright, so they are good for cutting. It was bred by Frank A. Benardella of Englishtown, Massachusetts in 2003.

Picotee™ has a small, bushy habit and strong stems lined with sharp woody thorns. Its compound leaves are semi-glossy, medium green and disease resistant. From late spring to frost, it offers an abundance of long-lasting...

(Dazzler™ Miniature Rose, Miniature Rose)

The charm of miniature roses lies partly in the contrast between the small size of the plants and their extravagant display of flowers. This one, ‘Dazzler,’ blooms non-stop, starting in late spring. The flowers are open and have twenty overlapping white petals edged with candy red and shading to yellow at the base. It’s a compact deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with one or two flowers, making a concentrated show of color. It has very good resistance to rose diseases,...

(Miniature Rose, Snow Carpet™ Miniature Rose)

The charm of miniature roses lies partly in the contrast between the small size of the plants and their extravagant display of flowers. This one, Snow Carpet, blooms in flushes from early summer to frost. The flowers are white and open, with pleated petals. This is a short, spreading shrub with many branches, each tipped with a cluster of flowers, making for a concentrated show of color at first bloom and slightly more dispersed bloom in the next flushes. It has very good resistance to diseases,...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Mandarine Symphonie™ Miniature Rose, Miniature Rose)

The charm of a miniature rose lies in the contrast between its small size and mighty show of bloom. This one, Mandarine Symphonie, blooms non-stop, starting in late spring and continuing into autumn, with a profusion of large flowers that are double (extra petals) and an elegant mixture of orange suffused with orange-red. It’s a compact, very short deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with a cluster of flower. At the height of the first flush of bloom, this little plant...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Miniature Rose, Raspberry Sunblaze Miniature Rose)

The charm of a miniature rose lies in its small size and mighty bloom. This one, Raspberry Sunblaze, blooms non-stop from late spring into autumn with a profusion of large flowers that are double (extra petals) and raspberry-red. It’s a compact, very short deciduous shrub with many upright stems and branches, each tipped with a cluster of up to five flowers. At the height of the first flush of bloom, this little plant can have two dozen open flowers and many buds waiting to open. Though small, it...