The Baby Grand Miniature Rose is a grand rose indeed! This compact, low growing rose bush produces lots of pink roses that have an old fashioned look to them.
The Baby Grand, has little mini roses that are reminiscent of old garden roses. The pink blooms contain many petals, and open up in the quartered bloom style.
The old-fashioned style of theses blooms are exactly like that of a Centiflora rose, only a much smaller, miniature version.
The pretty pink flowers come in clusters, on a very low growing, rounded rose plant. There is only a slight fragrance to these sweet little pink roses; that of apple. The tiny flowers are only about 1 ½” across, but the bush produces them in abundance all season.
Type Miniature Rose
Hybridizer Roser Poulsen 1994 (Denmark)
Growth Habits Low growing, compact rose bush, is bushy, and rounded 12-16”
Blooms Clear Pink colored blooms have 25-40 petals.
Foliage small size, Semi- medium green, matte foliage, with few prickles (thorns)
Fragrance Only slight fragrance
Hardy zone zones 5-11
The foliage on this rose, is small in size, and considered to be very disease resistant, and (almost) thorn less, with few thorns. The clusters of flowers repeat well all throughout the growing season.
These miniature pink roses are great when used for the front of a border, in garden beds, to line a walkway, and they are especially nice when used for a patio or container plant. Plant them en masse for a grand display! They make nice cut flowers as well, giving you a nice bouquet with each spray. You'll find cutting them a breeze, because the bush produces very few thorns.
You'll get multiple blooms, growing in small sprays on this mini rose bush, making the Baby Grand look like a small version of an Old Garden Rose.
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