“I was wondering if gourmet popcorn mini roses would do well in a window box. I am looking at a window box that will fit pots or fibermat lining — the size of the box would be 9″x9″x72″and I wanted to have small white roses cascading out of it. Please advise.
Miniature roses grow well in window boxes, and with their upright growing habit, look especially attractive when surrounded by trailing plants. The smallest cultivars also can be used in hanging baskets. For an especially attractive arrangement, plant a miniature rose in the center of a basket and encircle it with cascading plants, like bacopa or foliage plants.
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