When you want the beauty of a rose but at a smaller scale, a miniature rose bush is a gardener’s dream. You’ll find a fabulous selection of miniature rose bushes for sale at Nature Hills Nursery, in a variety of colors, types and sizes. Yes, they are all technically miniature roses — but some can still get up to 20 feet in height.
Don’t get fooled by their smaller flowers, either. Miniature roses tend to be extremely hardy, with the ability to thrive in USDA growing zones 4 through 11. The joyful array of flower colors range from soft pink to striking orange, from eye-catching white to multicolored blooms.
What Are Mini Rose Bushes?
As true roses, miniature rose bushes require the same type of care as their larger counterparts. The big difference between the two types of roses is the size of flowers, as miniature roses are bred to stay smaller.
The smaller size makes them ideal as a border plant arranged in groups. Certain types can also be planted in containers. Have fun browsing through our collection of miniature rose bushes for sale, or use the handy options on the side of the page to filter your selection by specific features.
Filter options include USDA hardiness zones, height and spread, flower color, bloom period and growth rate. These roses typically grow at a moderately fast rate, and they’re best planted in areas that receive full sun.
Extensive Plant Selections at Nature Hills Nursery
To find additional plants to go with your roses, check out our USDA hardiness zone map or list of plants and trees by state. You can order the plants you find at any time; they’ll only be shipped to your area when the time is right for planting. Our partnership with of Plant Sentry ensures we meet regulations for planting materials, only sending plants that are not restricted for your specific area.
Family owned and operated since 2001, Nature Hills Nursery has become the go-to online nursery for many happy customers across the nation. Browse the collection of miniature rose bushes for sale and place your order at Nature Hills Nursery today.