The Amy Grant miniature rose has exquisite soft pink colored blooms.
The miniature pink blooms on this rose show the finest hybrid tea style blooms that are exhibition quality.
The beautiful little buds turn into blooms that are a clear, soft pink color rose. The Amy Grant mini rose blooms have little fragrance, but such beautiful blooms on this little beauty!
It produces lovely pink roses mostly solitary all through the season, on canes that are (almost) thorn less.
The classic hybrid tea form, double flowers are high centered, and very nice for cutting. The light pink colored roses against the deep green foliage are stunning in the vase.
Below you will find more information about this beautiful mini variety. Find out if it is hardy to your planting zone, and grow one.......(or two)
Type Min- Flora Rose
Hybridizer Robert T. Tucker 1998 (United States)
Growth Habits Medium growing, vigorous rose bush, spreading, grows 18-24”
Blooms Large size, Light Pink to eggshell white colored blooms have 17-25 petals. Exhibition form flowers are 1 ½-2” across
Foliage medium size, dark green, glossy foliage
Fragrance Only slight fragrance
Hardy zone zones 5-11
There is plenty of glossy, dark green (almost) thorn-less foliage, on this mini-flora rose bush making it a breeze to pick bouquets.
The beautiful, soft looking pink flowers stand out nicely against the dark foliage.
This miniature rose ‘Amy Grant’, is upright growing, and spreading, reaching 18”-2’ tall.
Miniflora roses grow a bit taller than other miniatures. They make great garden roses.
Parentage of this rose are: 'Loving Touch' x 'White Masterpiece'
This lovely mini-flora rose was named for the famous singer ‘Amy Grant’, who is equally as lovely, with a remarkable voice.