The Cupcake miniature rose has super lovely blooms that are the color of delicious pink icing on a cake (or cupcake).
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, cotton-candy pink color rose.
The Cupcake mini rose blooms have little to no fragrance, but there is no lack of blooms to this little beauty! It produces lovely pink roses in abundance all through the growing season.
Classic hybrid tea form, double flowers are produced prolifically, giving you lots of flowers!
Type Miniature Rose
Hybridizer Mark C. Spies 1981 (United States)
Growth Habits Medium growing, compact rose bush, is bushy, and grows 1-2’
Blooms Clear medium Pink colored blooms have 60 petals. Exhibition form flowers are 2” across
Foliage medium size, medium green, glossy foliage, with no prickles (thorns)
Fragrance little to no fragrance (Some report a slight fragrance of green apple)
Awards American Rose Society Award of Excellence 1983
Hardy zone zones 5-11
There is plenty of glossy green thorn less foliage, making it a breeze to pick bouquets. Another benefit to growing this rose is the fact that the foliage is disease resistant, making it easy to care for.
This miniature rose ‘Cupcake', is compact growing, reaching only 1-2’ tall. It performs well in all landscape situations. The flowers are borne in great perfusion. This pink rose is just as popular today as it was when it was introduced in 1981. It is considered one of the most beautiful, of all pink miniatures. It is also one of the bestselling miniature roses in the US.
Maybe you could find a spot for one (or two) in your garden? With a name like ‘Cupcake’, this rose is sure to be a very (sweet) rose!