Introduced - 1981
The blooms of this miniature rose have a high-centered form and each measure about 1 inch to 1 ½ inches across. The color of the flowers varies from smoky orange-red to coral. Each flower is composed of anything between 25 and 30 petals. The flowers appear in sprays on top of semi-glossy foliage. The plants of 'Razzmatazz' rose grow up to a height of 18 inches to 24 inches.
Introduced - 1976
Classifying a rose that grows up to a height of 15 feet (4.5 meters) as a miniature rose is somewhat absurd. However, while everything about 'Red Cascade' rose is diminutive, except for the canes. The leaves of this rose a small, dark green and has a leathery texture, while the individual flowers measure only about an inch (2.5 cm) in diameter.
The flowers have a rich, dark red hue. In fact, 'Red Cascade' rose is exceptionally vigorous and grows very fast. Moreover, it is practically in bloom round the year. In addition, this miniature rose is capable of thriving even in conditions that are not very favourable. This rose is equally effectual as a cascading shrub as well as a climbing plant that can be grown on a fence or pillar.
Introduced - 1978
'Red Flush' rose bears oval shaped buds that unfurl into very double, cupped blooms whose color varies from pale to medium red. The individual flowers measure about 1 ½ inches across and are composed of as many as 50 to 55 petals.
The foliage is dull green and resistant to disease. The foliage of this miniature rose covers the compact plants that grow up to a height of anything between 16 inches and 20 inches.
Introduced - 1989
'Regine' rose was successfully hybridized by an amateur rose grower. The flowers of this miniature rose have a high-centered form and their color is soft pink with a blend of light pink to cream on the underside of the petals.
The individual flower measures about 1 inch in diameter and is composed of 25 petals. The plants are rounded and grow up to a height of 20 inches.
Introduced - 1987
The flowers of 'Ring of Fire' have a glowing yellow hue, while the petals are edged with fiery red color, which makes the blooms appear to be orange when seen from a distance. The flowers have a high-centered form and they last for a long time when used as cut flowers.
Introduced - 1977
The flowers of 'Rise 'n' Shine' rose are dazzling and clear yellow, which make a dramatic contrast against its dark green and glossy foliage. Each flower of this miniature rose measures anything between 1 ½ inches and 2 inches across and is composed of 35 petals.
This rose produces long and pointed buds that unfurl into high-centered blooms, which are borne singly or may appear in clusters consistently all through the summer. The flowers of 'Rise 'n' Shine' repeat well too and have little fragrance. The plants of this rose have an upright habit with many branches, thereby forming a small, rounded bush.
'Rise 'n' Shine' rose are well suited for growing as edgings as well as container plants. At the same time, you may easily incorporate this rose in your garden beds and borders. You can grow this disease resistant rose with no difficulty.
Introduced - 1987
'Sequoia Gold' rose has been named to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Ralph Moore's nursery – known as Sequoia Nursery. The blooms of this miniature rose are borne profusely and each flower measures anything between 1 ½ inches and 2 inches in diameter. The flowers have a yellow hue and are fragrant.
The color of these flowers does not fade even when grown in intense hot conditions. The plants of this rose grow up to a height of anything between 14 inches and 18 inches.
Introduced - 1961
As the flowers of this miniature rose have a simple form and pure color, it has been aptly named 'Simplex'. This rose is a single-flowered miniature having five white petals each that are set off by ostentatious yellow stamens.
The flowers usually have a yellow or pink hue when you grow this rose indoors or in places having cool and cloudy weather conditions. The individual flower measures about 1 ½ inches in diameter across. The plants grow up to a height of 15 inches to 18 inches, while the foliage is light green and sem-glossy.
Introduced - 1982
This miniature rose is an inexhaustible bloomer producing long and pointed buds like those of hybrid tea rose. These buds of 'Snow Bride' unfurl into high-centered double flowers, each measuring about 1 ½ inches wide.
The petals of this rose are white having a hint of yellow. They encircle a tuft of bright yellow stamens. The leaves are dark green and glossy. This miniature rose is a vigorous grower, but can be grown without much difficulty. The plants are compact and have many branches.
You may use this rose as an edging or grow it in combination with other plants in a garden bed or border. In addition, 'Snow Bride' also serves as an excellent container plant. The flowers of this rose are wonderful for cutting as well as for exhibition.
Introduced - 1973
The blooms of 'Starglo' have an off-white hue which frequently develops a yellowish green tinge. The blooms are double and each measure about 1 ¾ inches across and is composed of 35 petals.
The flowers of this miniature rose have a high-centered form and have a slight scent. The plants grow up to a height of 10 inches to 14 inches and have a tendency to spread out along the ground. The medium green foliage almost covers the plants during the growing season.
Introduced - 1965
The flowers of 'Starina' have a vivid orange-scarlet hue with a touch of yellow at their base. They are double having the typical hybrid tea rose form and lightly fragrant. Each flower of this miniature rose measures about 1 ½ inches in diameter and is composed of 35 petals. The flowers appear consistently during the growing season, while the foliage is small and glossy.
The plants of 'Starina' rose are compact and bushy and have an upright habit. The plants grow up to a height of one foot and are equally wide. They are outstanding when grown as a homogeneous edging.
Alternatively, you may also grow them in garden beds and border along with shrubs and other perennials. They are attractive when used in this way. 'Starina' rose also performs well when grown as container plants.
Introduced - 1987
This miniature rose has been named after Tipper Gore, wife of Senator Albert Gore, Jt., Tennessee. The blooms of 'Tipper rose are high-centered and each measure about 1 ½ inches across. The flowers have a medium pink hue and the individual blooms are composed of anything between 20 and 25 petals.
Generally, the flowers are borne singly – one bloom on one stem, but at times they may also appear in clusters. The plants of this rose grow up to a height of 22 inches to 30 inches.
Introduced - 1966
The flowers of 'Toy Clown' rose are diminutive, each measuring just about 1 ½ inches across and composed of 12 to 20 white petals having red edges. This miniature rose produces pointed buds that unfurl into high-centered blooms having a spreading and flat form.
The plants are spreading and grow up to a height of anything between 10 inches and 14 inches. The leaves are dark green with a reddish tinge.
Introduced - 1980
'Valerie Jeanne' bears round buds that unfurl into very double, deep magenta-pink hued blooms. Each flower of this miniature rose measures about 1 ½ inches in diameter and is composed of as many as 55 to 60 petals.
The flowers are high-centered and open as flat. They are borne singly or in large sprays. The stems of the plant grow up to 15 inches to 18 inches and are clothed with glossy foliage. The stems produce long, straight and slender thorns.
Introduced - 1985
'Winsome' rose bears high-centered, deep magenta hued flowers that are of excellent substance. The individual flowers measure about 1 ½ inches to 2 inches across and are composed of anything between 35 and 40 petals.
The leaves are dark green, semi-glossy and resistant to diseases. The plants are vigorous and grow up to a height of 12 inches to 22 inches and are clothed with the leaves.
Introduced - 1978
'Zinger' roses are actually semi-double blooms composed of 11 petals each. However, the flowers open so flat that they seem to be single blooms. The petals of this miniature rose have a vivid red hue and are somewhat fragrant.
They are start off from a tuft of yellow stamens. Each flower measures about 1 ½ inches across. The plants grow up to a height of 12 inches to 18 inches and produce glossy leaves whose color varies from medium to dark green.