Rosa Cutie Pie
Rosa Cutie Pie

Rosa Cutie Pie


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Enchantingly pretty, the tiny flowers of Rosa Cutie Pie open sequentially and last for four to five days, meaning that there are clusters of blooming flowers from late summer until the autumn. The open nature of the rose means it attracts pollinators and if a toddler is drawn to the low mound it creates in the front of a border or in a container, there are no thorns.

Work started in 1984 to produce a thornless, dwarf rose and quite recently the Japanese breeder was finally successful: Cutie Pie is the charming result. Because it produces no hips it does not need to be deadheaded and its compact form means it requires no pruning.


The clusters of roses, resembling tiny wild dog roses but in a stronger pink, will flower from July to September.

  • Well drained moist, fertile soil
  • All aspects
  • Full sun

Plant as with any other rose using Rootgrow Mycorrhizal Fungi to encourage good establishment of roots. Once established, continue to feed in spring. Due to the refined breeding, deadheading or pruning is unnecessary


Subtle rose fragrance

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023