While the flowers of Cinderella Roses
are tiny, the bush is quite substantial. In our hot climate, the
flowers are mostly white, but in cooler climates or, during cooler periods in warmer climates, the flowers have more
of a blush of pink.
So many roses on each bush make Cinderella a very striking
ornamental plant. It is also a perfect moonlight plant. Try adding a
base plant of white Santa Barbara Daisy
at the foot of the rose for extra highlights at night.
Cinderella Miniature Rose is ideally suited for
hedging. In the picture below, it is showing off in a hedge row with
pink Judy Fischer Miniature Roses.
Cinderella easily reaches three feet or more but takes well to shearing
into shapes. Cinderella is also thornless which makes it nice in
the mixed perennial garden or in a garden where children are present.