Miniature roses are true roses that have been selectively bred to stay small in size.
Most miniature roses have smaller flowers than standard rose bushes.
but they come in the same variety of types and colors as their larger counterparts.
This roses grow moderately quickly and work well in a border or as garden edging.
Plant and treat your miniature rose bushes the same way you would full-size roses.
To plant, dig a hole the same depth as the pot the roses came in, and about a foot wider. Carefully remove the rose plant from the pot and gently loosen its roots. If the plant’s roots are tightly bound, use a sharp knife to score the sides of the root ball and try to loosen the roots.
Like all roses, the miniature roses varietals thrive in full sun. Though they can tolerate a bit of shade, often times their foliage and flowers will become sparse in shady conditions.
The flowers provide bright and constant spots of color throughout the growing season, and you can cut their flowers for mini-bouquets and arrangements.
Miniature roses reach full size quickly, and they flower big-time all season long. Miniatures make beautiful up-front plants. Use them to edge a flower border or walkway, or plant them at the base of taller-growing plants. After that, You don’t need to cut back minis in the fall, and in spring you need only prune away the dead parts. Conclusion, that you have lots of minis to prune, a hedge trimmer does a great job.