Miniature & Miniflora Roses
Minature roses are the smallest of the roses with flowers that are usually less than 5cm across.
Generally the bushes grown to no more than 50cm in height.
They are suitable for edges and as pot plants.
Minflora roses generally have blooms and foliage larger than Minature roses but smaller than Floribunda roses.
= Australian Bred
Medium pink blooms with the reverse lighter pink, 16-22 petals, high-centered, borne mostly solitary; slight fragrance; recurrent; growth upright, spreading, bushy to 1 metre.
Double white blooms, adding pink tones in the heat; very profuse flowering in clusters; sport of Figurine.
Orange to orange-red flowers, clear lasting color, medium, 18-22 petals, high-centred to cupped, borne singly or in small clusters; slight fragrance; prolific bloomer; low (40-50 cm.), bushy, compact growth.
Porcelain white flowers with pink edges, 20 petals, high-centered, borne singly or in small clusters, moderate, sweet fragrance; recurrent; upright, medium growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1993.
Light orange to yellow flowers, 25 petals, globular, slight fragrance; upright, bushy growth.
Medium pink flowers, borne in small clusters, intense fragrance; tall (65-70 cm.), upright, compact growth. Australian bred.
Well-formed orange flowers have a flush of red on the petal edges, which is enhanced as the bloom ages providing a nice blend of colour; healthy growth; a sport of New Hampshire.
Buds delicately coloured; flowers ivory white tinged pink, large, double, well-formed, borne singly and in small clusters; slight fragrance; recurrent; long stems suitable for cutting; medium (40-50 cm.), upright, bushy growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1992.
Yellow-orange blend flowers changing to yellow pink, finishing pink, large, full, high-centered, borne singly and in small clusters; slight fragrance; low (36 cm.), bushy, compact growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1994.
Flowers pale to medium apricot, small, 22 petals, high-centered, borne mostly singly, slight fragrance; foliage medium size, medium green, semi-glossy; long stems; upright, bushy, vigorous growth; ARS Award of Excellence, 1986.
Joyce Abounding (Miniflora)
Miniflora with orange pink flowers 6 cm wide, full, borne in small clusters, growth upright, medium to 50 cm. Good garden rose, blooms well, Australian bred.
Lilac Festival (Miniflora)
Miniflora, mauve flowers to 6.3 cm. Very fulll, borne in large clusters;, growth upright, medium up to 70 cm. Australian bred.
Flowers are deep lavender, blushing purple, reverse deep lavender, aging lighter; 20 petals, high-centred, slight fragrance; disease-resistant; abundant growth.
Deep apricot flowers, 25 petals, high-centred, borne usually singly, slight fragrance; bushy, spreading growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1985.
Flowers are white, edged red, small, high-centered, borne mostly singly; slight fragrance; recurrent; vigorous, bushy growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1975; Miniature Rose Hall of Fame 1999.
Soft apricot-yellow flowers,23 petals, high-centered, borne mostly singly, some clusters; moderate, spicy fragrance; compact, bushy growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1981; Miniature Rose Hall of Fame 1999.
Vermilion flowers with the reverse carmine, small, globular, borne in trusses, slight, fruity fragrance; vigorous growth; Gold Medal, Japan, 1969.
Brilliant orange-red flowers, 23-27 petals, high-centred, then flat, borne singly; moderate, spicy fragrance; stems long, straight; upright, vigorous (18-30 in.) growth.
Red Gem (Miniflora)
Miniflora, dark red blooms 5 cm, full, borne in small clusters; tall, upright growth and Australian bred.
Rise ‘n Shine
Rich medium yellow flowers, 35 petals, high-centred, borne singly and in small clusters, moderate, sweet tea rose fragrance; recurrent; bushy, upright growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1978, Miniature Rose Hall of Fame 1999.
Dark red flowers, with medium red reverse, double, borne mostly solitary, slight fragrance; growth upright, medium (24-30 in.); ARS Award of Excellence 2001.
Flowers medium, 20 petals, high-centred, borne mostly singly, slight fragrance; recurrent; bushy growth; ARS Award of Excellence 1983.
Soft lavender flowers, 22-25 petals, high-centred, becoming flat, borne mostly singly, some small clusters; very slight fragrance; recurrent; medium, compact growth.