Peach Miniature Rose Now Two Months Later
So it's been two months since I brought this marked down miniature rose home. It was the last one at the grocery store, marked down to $2.49, covered in dried up rose buds and only one I could leave on the shrub to remind me of the peach color.
I have posted several sets of photos to show you how this little shrub rose can be not only salvaged but easily grown through winter and encouraged to re-bloom.
Once the danger of frost is over, I will be moving this and a few other miniature roses to their permanent home outside. In the meantime, I love seeing how many buds are popping up.
Without the restrictions of other plants in the pot, this little rose shrub has a more normal green color.
The flowers are also returning to a more normal size as opposed to the smaller size that comes from placing four rose plants in one pot. Epigenetics, my brother said when I was describing the transformation, the plant is responding to its new surroundings.
Now do you believe that you, too can grow miniature roses?