Living in the land of minis
Everyone should be able to grow minis. They are so pretty and easy to care for. I have sp'd many in the process of learning which I like the best.
Here are some of my favorites, the ones that last in my garden.
Graduation Day blooms prolifically, next to Fuzzy Wuzzy Red. Both are in pots on the deck.
Gourmet Popcorn as a standard next to climbing Candy Cane
Just a grocery store mini, a pure yellow I love
Little Artist, a mini standard, is dwindling away. I will have to root a cutting this winter.
Life Lines, a climbing mini
Bees Knees blooms prolifically but fades to an ugly white pink too fast. Still, I love it.
Another grocery type mini, Amber Kordana, I think. It stays small and compact and covered with blooms.
Gingerbread Man in spring bloom.
Amy Grant blooms infrequently for me but at Michaels, where I saw it first, it was in a pot and covered with blooms. Mine has never gotten that way. Maybe it needs to be potted again.