First bred and released in 1973, Miniflora roses resulted from crossing true miniature-type roses with normal sized rose shrubs. Miniflora roses are a classification adopted by the American Rose Society a as distinct evolution of the rose, with blooms and foliage size somewhere between miniature and full size roses, and coming in many colours and bloom forms. Very free-flowering by nature, they are excellent for the front of borders, in rockeries, or even temporarily as an indoor plant. Height and breadth of growth does vary according to the variety but is typically in the 60-100cm range. Originally, the name was written as 'Mini-flora' and trademarked by the inventor, J. Benjamin Williams. In 1999, the American Rose Society officially gave these plants a classification and with Williams donating the trademark name to the society, the name was simplified to Miniflora. (Varieties include: 'Black Gold', and 'Heather Sproul').
For planting advice, see Planting Containerised Roses - RV Roger Ltd
For pruning advice, see A Guide to Pruning Roses - RV Roger Ltd
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