Perennial in USDA zones 4-5. Blooms in late spring through fall. 24-36" tall. Full sun. These charming little roses may take a while to sprout from seed, but when they do --- WOW! You may watch them every day to see how they have grown. Plants begin to flower at just a few inches tall. They may already be in bloom in their containers before you transplant them outdoors! Single and double flowers in shades of pink and white are no-fuss and easy to grow. A beautiful choice for containers on a sunny patio, porch, or balcony.
When to plant outside: Spring, after average last frost date. May also sow in late summer or fall, at least 8-10 weeks before average first frost date.
When to start inside: Spring, 6-8 weeks before average last frost date.