Red Cascade – Top Miniature Rose.
|Not all miniature roses do well in Texas. It is important to chose wisely when selecting a Texas Miniature Rose. These work in the Texas heat.Red Cascade is the most prolific and easiest to grow of the miniature roses. Though the rose is miniature, the rose bush certainly is not. Will get better image. Sorry about that better to demonstrate its ability with a bad image than ignore it!|
The Fairy. Top Texas Miniature Rose.
|The Fairy, a lovely pink miniature rose is also a very easy miniature rose to grow. Miniature roses typically are difficult, at least for me. Red Cascade and The Fairy are hardy, hardy, hardy. Chose these if you want carefree miniatures. Nandinas as seen in the right of the image with white blooms, can really be fabulous in any setting. See the new ones (and old ones) here.|
|A flowering tree which blooms all summer to complement The Fairy (which is not a crape myrtle) would be the Chitalpa!|
|Cinderella is a sweet miniature rose that does fairly well in Texas. Plant several. Only one in three will make it. As you can see from the tiny buds, yet to bloom, Cinderella starts pink and moves to white with aging blossoms. This is a sweet compact rose and one of the first roses I ever planted. I like it very much.|
|Starina Miniature Rose for the Texas Garden|
|Cupcake – Miniature Rose for the Texas Garden|
|Rise ‘n Shine. Miniature Rose for the Texas Garden|
|Green Ice. Miniature Rose for the Texas Garden|
|Tiffany Lynn. Miniature Rose for the Texas Garden.|
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