Child’s Play, hybridized by Saville and introduced in 1991, was a 1993 AARS winner. It’s one of the very few miniature roses who have won that award.
It can easily rise from the ground to be two feet in height. It’s also a little more winter hardy than your average hybrid tea. With its light, fruity fragrance and its disease resistance, Child’s Play makes a wonderful patio plant.
This easy to grow rose produces wonderful color in a small space. The white flowers trimmed with pink edges could be perfect for your window box.