Introduced - 1989
The flowers of 'Night Hawk' have a velvety crimson hue and they last for a long period when cut. The individual flowers of this miniature rose measure about 1 inch across and is composed of 25 petals.
The flowers have a high-centered form, typical of hybrid tea roses. The plants of this rose grow up to a height of anything between 18 inches and 24 inches. The foliage is deep green but the new foliage has a bronzy green color.
Introduced - 1968
While the flowers as well as foliage of 'Nozomi' is diminutive, the canes of this miniature rose are long, which classifies it as a climbing miniature. The flowers of this miniature are borne copiously all through the summer months.
The single flowers have a pearly pink hue and they are star-shaped. 'Nozomi' has a spreading habit making it a perfect rose for display in a hanging basket. It may also be used for cascading over a wall or trained to climb a trellis or any support.
You may also grow this rose in a perennial garden and allow it to weave through other plants in a mixed border. It also makes an excellent tree rose if you graft it as a standard. While this rose is hardy when grown in northern gardens, this miniature rose also thrives well in the Southeast.
Introduced - 1988
The flowers of 'Old Glory' are double, each measuring about 1 � inches across and composed of 30 to 35 petals. The flowers have an average red hue with a touch of yellow at the base of the petals.
The blooms have a high-centered form and last for a long period even after they are cut. The plants bloom profusely over the dark green leaves creating a wonderful contrast. The plants of this miniature rose grow up to a height of 16 inches to 20 inches.
Introduced - 1972
'Over The Rainbow' bears double and high-centered blooms that have a red hue on the insides of the petals, while the color on the reverse side is yellow-orange. The bushy plants of this miniature rose are vigorous growers, usually growing up to a height of 14 inches to 18 inches.
Each flower measures about 1 inch to 1 � inches wide and has a slight fragrance. The flowers appear above the medium green leaves having a leathery texture.
Introduced - 1979
'Pacesetter' rose produces pointed buds that unfurl into pure white flowers. The flowers of this miniature rose are very double, each composed of anything between 45 and 50 petals and measuring about 1 inch to 1 � inches in diameter.
The flowers appear on long cutting stems, making them excellent for use as cut flowers. The bushy and compact plants grow up to a height of 18 inches to 24 inches, while the foliage is dark green covering the plants during their growing season.
Introduced - 1992
This miniature rose bears light apricot hued blooms with a pale pink blush, which fades to pale amber first and subsequently to white as the flowers mature. The flowers of 'Paper Doll' are semi-double, each measuring 1 � inches to 2 � inches wide and composed of anything between 15 and 25 petals.
The flowers appear in abundance in small clusters of three to five all through the growing season. The flowers lack fragrance. The leaves of this rose too are small, glossy and dark green. The plants of 'Paper Doll' are low growing and have an upright habit.
You may incorporate this rose in any perennial border, plant them in front of a rose bed or even use it as container plant. This rose also forms an excellent edging. The plants are very resistant to diseases.
Introduced - 1979
The buds of 'Party Girl' rose are long and pointed. These buds unfurl into soft apricot-yellow hued blooms. The flowers have a high-centered form and may be borne singly or appear in clusters. The individual flowers measure about 1 inch to 1 � inches in diameter and have a delightful, spicy scent.
The leaves of this miniature rose have a dark green color and are glossy. The plants of 'Party Girl' rose are bushy and compact. They are extremely versatile and are wonderful as potted plant both indoors as well as outside.
This rose is also effective for growing as edgings, mixing into perennial borders as well as growing in a shrub garden. The flowers are excellent for cutting as well as exhibition. The plants of 'Party Girl' rose are not only hardy, but also resistant to diseases.
Introduced - 1976
'Peaches 'N' Cream' rose bears double blooms each measuring about 1 � inches wide and composed of as many as 50 petals. As the name of this miniature rose suggests, its flowers have a blend of creamy white and peachy pink hue.
They are somewhat fragrant and have a high-centered form, typical of the hybrid tea roses. The flowers repeat well and quickly all through the summer months. The plants are bushy and grow up to a height of anything between 15 inches and 18 inches. They produce dark green and semi-glossy foliage, which is extremely winter hardy.
Introduced - 1990
'Peach Fuzz' rose is a �mossed� variety of miniatures. Similar to all moss roses, the buds as well as stems of 'Peach Fuzz' are swathed with soft bristles. The buds of this rose have a peachy apricot-pink hue and they unfurl into fragrant blooms having the same hue.
Each flower of this miniature rose measures about 1 � inches in diameter and is composed of 25 to 30 petals. The plants have a rounded shape and grow up to a height of 14 inches and 20 inches. The foliage is is glossy and resistant to diseases.
Introduced - 1988
The medium salmon pink blooms of 'Pierrine' rose are double and have a high-centered form. The color of the petals on the reverse side is lighter. The flowers are borne singly and each is composed of 40 petals. The fragrance of this miniature rose reminds one of damask roses.
The leaves have an average green color and they are semi-glossy with serrated edges. The steams produce pale green thorns that are curved. The flowers give way to round hips whose color ranges from green to orange-yellow.
The plants of 'Pierrine' rose have an average growth rate and grow upright. The diminutive size of the plants makes them well suited for growing as edgings. This rose may also be grown as container specimen.
Introduced - 1991
'Plum Daddy' produces plump and pointed buds that unfurl into cupped medium lavender hued blooms, which have a paler shade near the base of the petals. The color of the flowers fades to pale lavender as they mature. The blooms of this miniature rose are very double and each measures anything between 1 � inches and 2 inches wide.
The flowers emit a fruity scent. The foliage is average green and semi-glossy. The plants of 'Plum Dandy' have a moderate growth rate. They are bushy and compact having rather spreading habit. You may find this rose useful as it can be tucked into small spaces and add color to any shrub bed or perennial border. This rose is also excellent for growing in containers both indoors as well as outside.
Introduced - 1973
This miniature rose has been aptly named 'Popcorn' as it produces sprays of diminutive, pure white buds as well as flowers that exactly appear like popped corn. The flowers are honey-centered, semi-double and each measure about 1 inch wide and is composed of 13 petals that surround a tuft of vivid yellow stamens.
The plants are winter hardy and grow up to a height of anything between 10 inches and 14 inches. The foliage of this miniature rose is medium green and glossy.
Introduced - 1978
This miniature rose produces pointed buds which unfurl into a melange of coral, pink and orange flowers, each measuring about 1 � inches in diameter. The flowers are somewhat fragrant and each is composed of 23 petals.
The flowers of 'Puppy Love' are borne singly - one flower on one stem. The leaves have a dull green color and are resistant to diseases. The leaves cover the entire plant that grows up to a height of anything between 15 inches and 18 inches.
Introduced - 1984
The flowers of 'Rainbow's End' rose are double and have a deep yellow hue with the petals having red edges. As the flowers mature their color changes to red completely. The flowers of this miniature rose have the typical hybrid tea rose form and are almost without any fragrance.
The leaves are dark green, small and glossy. The plants of 'Rainbow's End' have an upright habit and are well branched. These attributes of this miniature rose makes it a wonderful choice for growing as edging of a garden bed or walkway.
You may also incorporate this rose into any perennial border. At the same time, this rose makes an excellent container plant, grown both indoors as well as outside. The plants are not only hardy, but also resistant to diseases.