|Latin name:||Rosa Palace® 'Honora'|
|Delivery type:||Supplied as container plant|
|Guarantee:||6 months growth and flowering guarantee|
|Preferred location:||Half shadow|
|Leafs all year:||Yes|
|Growing Height:||40 - 60 cm|
Stand your indoor rose in a sunny position in your living room. This cute little rose will also look appealing on your patio table during the summer.
Indoor roses need regular watering, don't let the root ball dry out. It's also best not to leave water standing at the bottom of the pot, as this could cause the root ball to become too wet. Your indoor roses need food for a rich flowering. That's why we advise that you regularly add food to the irrigation water during their growth period. By regularly removing the spent flowers you will see new flower buds forming all over again.
In autumn, reduce watering and stop using plant food. Let the indoor roses hibernate in a cool and light spot that is rather dry. In spring you can repot the roses, prune them back and start to water more often.
These flowers get their nutrition from the soil in which they are planted it. For this reason, it is crucial that they are given new potting soil every year. The best choice for this is special rose soil. New potting soil is full of essential nutrients which help the rose plant stay healthy and develop well, but also ensures that they produce plenty of flowers.
Mini indoor roses are characterised by their cute, small flowers and healthy dark green foliage. In fact, these roses are actually miniature rose bushes. At the end of each branch is a wonderful, double flower. The flowers will keep appearing well into the autumn.
These indoor roses will look great on a sunny windowsill or a coffee table - or in summer they will look lovely outdoors on the patio table. These miniature indoor roses remain small and so fit perfectly in a flower pot!