Dried miniature rose flower
Dried miniature rose flower : Miniature roses are true roses that have been selectively bred to stay small in size. Most miniature roses have smaller flowers than standard rose bushes, but they come in the same variety of types and colors as their larger counterparts. Despite their petite size, miniature roses are extremely hardy. In fact, because they are propagated on their own roots ( and not grafted onto the rootstock ), they are more winter-hardy than most roses and tend to be profuse repeat bloomers.
Miniature roses have been in cultivation since the 17th century, but most originated as genetic mutations of old garden roses or China roses, which are native to Asia. They maintain many of the same core characteristics and also do best if planted in spring. Miniature roses grow moderately quickly and work well in a border or as garden edging. They’re also especially nice as specimen plants in containers, where they can be brought closer to eye level and truly be seen and appreciated. for more information please read Iran miniature rose flower specification .
Miniature rose flower specifications
- Common Name : Miniature rose, rose
- Botanical Name : Rosa spp.
- Family : Rosaceae
- Plant Type : Deciduous shrub
- Mature Size : 1–2 ft. tall, 1–2 ft. wide
- Sun Exposure : Full sun
- Soil Type : Moist but well-drained
- Soil pH : Neutral to acidic
- Bloom Time : Late spring, summer
- Flower Color : Pink, red, yellow, white
- Hardiness Zones : 5–9 (USDA)
- Native Area : None; miniature roses are a cultivated creation
Types of Miniature Roses
Like full-sized roses, miniature roses come in hundreds of varietals. Primarily, they fall into the following categories:
- Climbers : Miniature roses with a vertical rambling growth habit that can be trained to grow against supports are known as climbing roses. The only thing “miniature” about these roses is the size of their flowers. In fact, the award-winning ‘Jeanne Lajoie’ varietal doesn’t appear mini at all—if grown properly, it can reach heights of more than 7 feet. Similarly, the ‘Snowfall’ varietal is a white ever-bloomer with canes that stretch between 7 and 12 feet.
- Trailers : Miniature roses with a cascading growth habit are known as trailers, and can be wonderful in baskets and draping over walls. The ‘Sequoia Gold’ varietal has double flower fragrant yellow blossoms that repeat all season, while the ‘Green Ice’ varietal is a hardy plant with unusual blooms that start out apricot, open to double white flowers, and age to a cool, light green.
- Micro-mini : This varietal is the smallest of the miniature roses, growing only 6 to 12 inches tall, with proportional tiny blossoms that are up to 1 inch in size. ‘Bambino’ has vibrant orange blossoms on an 8 to 12-inch plant, while ‘Chasin’ Rainbows’ has yellow flowers that are edged in scarlet.
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