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Grocery store minis

Posted by ziyakr 6 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 25, 14 at 21:13

Since there is no lack of posts about these little roses, and great advice about saving them, I thought I would post of pics of what I've done with my rescued mini-roses. This bed is 4'x5' and is now the home of 12 small bushes (10 of which I think will survive) plus 4 lavenders and 8 perennial dianthus. The minis were all supposed to be red or red/white striped but a random pink got in there (in bloom now). The big rock will someday be home to a fountain I am building.


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A close up of the stripey minis...so cute!


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I have 10 miniatures I got from the grocery store. They were all much nicer than the ones I've seen at the nurseries. I have mine in pots though.


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Very pretty setup! I have a few stripped minis but they look a bit different. I absolutely love mini rose bushes.

I have never purchased any minis from the grocery store. I got most of my minis this year from earl may and menards. I will have to keep my eyes open at the grocery store now!


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 9, 14 at 18:17

They look healthy! Nice job!


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