Miniature roses are one of those plants that say “pick me – pick me!!” at the store.
They’re simply irresistible.
But the minute you get them home they start complaining.
Miniature roses have a delicate root structure that demands a constant balance of air and water – not too wet or not too dry. And they aren’t very tolerant – if you don’t get it just right they’re quick to complain.
Watering is a guessing game – they always seem to be too wet or too dry. And if you don’t get it just right the plant becomes stressed. Miniature roses under stress are a magnets for insects – especially spider mites.
The good news is – growing miniature roses in our hydroponic system changes everything!