The Bees Knees miniature rose has exquisite colored yellow roses with a delightful pink blend on the outer petals. The radiant blooms have classic Hybrid tea form flowers that are outstanding!
Bees Knees miniature is a rare an outstanding miniature that produces exhibition quality blooms in abundance. A mature blooming bush could have as many as 40-50 flowers on it.
This yellow/pink blend mini rose is one of the best for exhibition, and a real gem to grow.
The lovely yellow roses are edged with pink on the tips of the petals. The blooms are produced prolifically, sometimes one per stem, and sometimes in sprays.
Type Miniature Rose
Hybridizer Zarry 1998
Growth Habits Tall growing, vigorous rose bush, grows upright and bushy, it grows to 3’
Blooms Yellow/Pink blend blooms have 26-40 petals. Exhibition form flowers are 2 ½ ” across
Foliage medium size, dark green, matte foliage, with a moderate amount of prickles (thorns)
Fragrance little to no fragrance (Some report a slight fragrance of green apple)
Awards American Rose Society People’s choice 2005
Hardy zone zones 4-11
This medium/tall growing miniature rose bush will brighten any spot in your garden. It is also a good rose for planting in a container.
It grows on the large size for a miniature (up to 3'), and can become a fantastic rose in the garden bed.
It is a great cutting rose that will look great displayed in a vase on your table.
If you like to show your roses, this one is a top exhibition rose.
Tip for exhibiting this rose; Protect the bloom from dew/and or rain, because it will water spot.
“Peter Alonzo” one of Americas top rose exhibitor , chooses ‘Bees Knees’ as his favorite miniature rose. It was also voted “The People’s Choice” at the American Rose Society 2005 Awards.
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