I have planted about half a dozen miniature rose bushes, and this one out-shines them all. The second photo was taken in early June, and the first one just a day ago. New flushes of flowers keep appearing on this small (about 14 inches in diameter) plant. I love the cut flowers in my kitchen windowsill.
Almost all of my roses are from Heirloom Roses in St. Paul, Oregon. These are not-grafted rose bushes all grown on their own rootstock. I love to peruse the gardens at the nursery, and have shared the place with other plant-loving friends.
My favorites are the mini-roses where the entire plant is often smaller than 12″, and the flowers are proportionally smaller than regular roses, too.