Midnight Fire Miniature Rose

Captivating color and flower power

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Midnight Fire Miniature Rose

Captivating color and flower power

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  • Fully double flowers with mild tea fragrance
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Ideal for containers or low border hedge
The color interplay in Midnight Fire's charming, old-fashioned flowers is sure to captivate garden visitors. The upright, pointed buds open to orange-toned petals with purple overlays, giving the flowers a rich, smoky appearance. With a 40-70 petal count, the petite, double flowers look very full. When passersby stop to admire them, they'll be rewarded with a mild tea fragrance. Dark green, glossy foliage provides a perfect backdrop for the flowers, and the plants exhibit very good disease resistance. Growing 12-20 in. tall, Midnight Fire Miniature Rose is perfect for a container, or plant several together to create an impressive low, flowering hedge. Grows best in full sun to partial shade. PPAF
SKU: 80426
$39.99
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Grows in zones: 4-9
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Rosa cv. WEKboulette PPAF
  • Height: 12-20 inches
  • Spacing: 12-20 inches
  • Depth:Plant with the bud union at, or just below, the soil surface.
  • Spread:12-20 inches
  • Color: Orange overlaid with purple
  • Size: No. 1 Grade Bareroot
  • Blooms: Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer
  • Zone: 4-9
  • Form: Rose, Miniature Rose
  • Flower Form: Buds are pointed and ovoid. Flowers are double with a cupped, old-fashioned form. Small flowers are 1 1/2-2 inches in diameter, and mostly bloom single on medium stems. 40-70 petal count. Mild tea fragrance.
  • Soil Requirements: Loamy Soil
  • Pruning: In very early spring, remove any dead material that was damaged from winter from the tips of the canes. At any time, remove dead, damaged, and diseased canes.

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