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Where to put 3 miniatures?

Posted by ljes1686 8 Louisiana (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 21, 05 at 13:15

I have 3 miniature roses and I'm having trouble with where to plant them. The 3 minis are a Pink Pixie Rose, Magic Carrousel and Carnival Parade. I am putting a small round bed around a small bird bath in front of my raised rose bed. This round bed will be 4 feet across with the bird bath in the middle. Would this bed be big enough for these 3 miniature roses. I am not sure how big these minis will get and would't want them to hide the bird bath. Anyone know how tall these 3 will get? The are in 4 inch pots right now, so they are very small.


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RE: Where to put 3 miniatures?

The growth habits differ so much, and a lot depends on how you prune them and your growing climate, so I think you're going to have to look up each rose and check. Some of them can get quite big when planted in the ground.


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