Roses, Miniature -- Winter Protection

By The Old House Web
Treat miniature roses just like regular roses for winter protection.

However, only mound six to eight (6" to 8") inches of soil through the center of the plant. Eight to ten (8" to 10") inches of oak leaves with evergreen boughs on top can also be used successfully.

Remove winter protection in the spring when the ground has thawed and new buds start emerging.

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