Miniature roses first came into being in the early 1930s as an accidental result of rose hybridising. Since then, master miniaturists have created many jewel-like varieties featuring perfectly shaped tiny blooms on clean, healthy plants that generally stay under 60 cm height.
Miniature roses respond to all the care basics of regular-size roses - deep irrigation, sunshine. and regular fertilising - but they do need extra winter protection in colder climates. To ensure the plant doesn't die back to the roots, in Zone 5 and below, bury the rose plant in a mound of soil.
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Lovely! Happy Valentine's Day everyone and enjoy your weekend!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful! Happy Valentine's Day!ReplyDelete
Hi! Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a profusion of rose on those minautures - fabulous.ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day to you as well. Red roses are so hard to photograph. Do you use a Canon? I have a lot of trouble myself getting the fine gradations of color in the petals. I think it's the red color. But the profusion of blooms you shot is wonderful.ReplyDelete
I love the miniature roses! Last year my husband got me a little white miniature rose for Valentine's day! I took the pot outside in the shade and I almost killed it. In the fall I decided to plant it in my roses bed and it loved it! I hope that it survives this hard winter! I suggested to my hubby that this Valentine's Day all I want is a another mini-rose but a red one! I even told him where to buy it from! Will see if my wish comes thru.ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day, I love this miniature roses, they are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
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Beautiful..! happy valentines day :)ReplyDelete