The Q&A Archives: Parade Rose

Question: I recently bought a small plant called a Parade Rose and it talks about growing indoors or out. It currently has several blooms and looks like several more have finished and several more will bloom. How big do these plants get if grown strictly indoors?

Answer: Miniature roses can be grown indoors or out and will reach a mature height of about 12". Keep the spent flowers cut off to prolong blooming. You can keep your plant indoors all winter if you like, then take it out to patio or deck during the summer months. While inside, provide average household warmth, and bright light - direct sunlight is beneficial. Water when the soil begins to dry out and mist the leaves daily or set the pot on a tray of pebbles with water in the bottom to help increase humidity around the plant.

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