Small Mini Rose (Pink)
Who needs long stem roses when we can grow our own mini roses at home? "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet"!
The mini rose is a delightfully tiny version of the larger roses we're used to seeing in bouquets or in the yards of the most passionate gardeners. A much smaller and easier flower, the mini rose is fantastic for those who love roses but don't have the patience or time to keep up with the traditionally larger rose bush.
**please note, any plants seen in pots are for product image purposes only. If you'd like your plant to be repotted, please refer to the planter options above the "Add to Cart" button **
MINI ROSE CARE
These roses will refuse to bloom if they don't get enough sunshine! When growing mini roses inside, place them in a spot where they'll get several hours of direct sun each day. You can move your rose outdoors once the weather is warm enough.
In order to support multiple blooms, the roses will need plenty of water. Keep an eye on the soil, if you notice dryness, stick your finger about 2" into the soil to check. If the soil is dry, water thoroughly until you see water dripping out of the drainage holes in the pot. You can also give the plant a water bath if it's in a container small enough to easily manage.
The roses are petite, only about 1-2 inches (2.5-5 cm), and they will only bloom for you if you give them enough sun! Be sure to remove blooms as soon as they start to wilt to encourage a nice, long blooming season. Remember to use sharp plant shears and to cut at a 45° angle!