Buttercup yellow best describes the Baby Love Rose. This hardy, disease resistant rose is a heavy bloomer. This is a miniature rose bush called a "shrublet", that was hybridized in 1992 by Scrivens.
Baby Love is a tall growing miniature. This one grows up to 3 feet! It is a vigouous, upright bush that grows 3' high by 2 1/2' wide. It grows bushy, with an abundance of yellow shrub roses.
The buttercup yellow flowers are saucer shaped and close to the foliage, on a low, nicely rounded bush. The small, mid-green foliage compliment the flowers on the Baby Love rose very well.
It performs well in all climates, making it a great rose to grow if you like yellow roses.
Growth Habits Vigorous, upright, and bushy
Foliage is small, medium green, semi-glossy, with some prickles. Leaves remain clean through all types of weather.
Blooms The lovely blooms are single, Buttercup yellow in color, and are 5 petal, 1 1/2 " The flowers are single, and perform best when
This miniature rose is a prolific bloomer throughout the growing season. It is also very disease resistant.
Fragrance is a slight licorice.
Awards Royal National Rose Society Gold medal 1993
Hardiness Hardy zones 5-10
This is a great landscape, or shrub rose. For edging a walkway, this bright, sunny colored yellow rose bush will delight you all season.
If you love roses, but don't have room for a large garden, miniature roses might be the solution for you. You can grow them in a pot, on a balcony, terrace, deck, or pool-side. Any decorative container large enough to hold them will make nice planters.
Be sure to read Container gardening for tips on how to achieve this.
Plant some yellow rose bushes in the front of the garden and add a splash of bright yellow color! Line a walk or path with them, plant them among other plants and flowers, or use them in masse for a vivid display.