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Little Pinkie , introduced by Ralph Moore, 2000.

'Little Pinkie'Wow, what a cute little rose this is! When I first saw this at Sequoia Nursery 2 years ago, I was charmed by this elfin rose! The plant never grows more than a foot tall, and is positively loaded with the most prefectly formed dime-sized blooms.

I have still had 'Little Pinkie' for just over a year, so I can't comment extensively on its behavior, but I can tell you that this one wants to bloom its head off! This is one of the nicest Microminiature roses I have ever seen, and if you like roses like 'Si', you will like this even more.

Be sure to look at 'Baby Austin', also by Ralph Moore, a peachy pink micro. It's brand new for 2001, and my plant is one of the nicest additions to my collection this year.

ARS merit rating: none yet assigned
Personal merit rating: not decided, will let you know
Hardiness: Likely USDA zones 6 to 10, zone 5 in a protected location.
Shrub size: approximately 8 to 10" tall.

Fragrance: 0.0, no scent.

Click on the names below to view the individual varieties.

Jacquie Williams Orchid Jubilee Si
Oriental Simplex Simplex
Avandel Jessica Rose Peach Candy Single's Better

Baby Austin

Smoke Signals
Joycie Softee
Pink Poodle
Strange Music
Kim Rupert Red Alert Suntan Beauty
Doris Bennett SWALK
Lemon Pearls Rise 'N' Shine seedling
Fairy Moss Lifestyle Thanks To Sue
Glowing Amber Lindsay's Rose Rouletii
Golden Angel
Little Pinkie
Hi Trinket
Marie Shields Unconditional Love
Irresistable Sheri Anne
Ivory Palace   Yellow Bantam

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