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The littler roses--minis

Posted by kathy9norcal CA 9 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 17, 09 at 13:56

I really love miniroses. Here are a few of my favorite minis and smaller roses.

Bees Knees

Lavender Delight, big bush, full of blooms every day

Hot Tamale, very fragrant, tolerates shade

Amy Grant

About Face, not a mini but becomes one as soon as it heats up, not a good rose for me

Graduation Day

Kaleidoscope, not a mini but might as well be a miniflora, IMHO


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RE: The littler roses--minis

  • Posted by becr zone 9 CA 19 (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 17, 09 at 14:33

Oh, they are all very lovely! I love minis, too. They are the perfect filler and almost always in bloom, it seems.

Love your Beesknees---wonder, does it bloom much for you?? I have been pondering adding BK's to my already full garden, as I've heard and seen so many good things.

Thanks for sharing your lovely photos.


RE: The littler roses--minis

Beautiful, minis Kathy... Beesknees, Graduation Day (looks like a mini-version of Masha's beautiful Carding Mills rose), and Kaleidoscope are so gorgeous! vibrant colors and shapes...

RE: The littler roses--minis

Graduation Day and Lavender Delight are gorgeous!! LD should be in a lot more gardens (I've never heard of it before) - everyone seems to want that color and look at all those blooms! Wowza!!


RE: The littler roses--minis

A new and very pretty face for About Face. I think this is my favorite picture of it.

Graduation Day - love those peachy pinks.

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