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'Cinderella' rose References
Magazine  (Jun 2010)  Page(s) 24.  
Greenheart Develops Roses As Bedding Plants
Garden Treasures, a Greenheart Farms collection of micro-miniature roses, has been developed for use in bedding plant-type applications. Garden Treasures can be sold as annuals in 2 ¼-inch pots and up to 1-quart containers. “We are looking forward to enhancing our rose programs here at Greenheart,” says Bill DeVor, general manager at Greenheart Farms. “These roses come straight from the Nor’East collection. Consumers, as well as growers, are going to fall in love with this versatile, easy-to-grow line of  roses.”
Characteristics of the collection include: a compact growing habit with good disease-resistance; maximum height of 12 inches by 12 inches wide; heavy-branching plants with branches coming from the crown of the plant; small foliage; heavy bloomers; and self cleaning. The rose collection is hardy to USDA Zones 4b to 11.
Garden Treasures includes eight varieties: ‘Pieces of Eight,’ ‘Rubellite,’ ‘Blushing Mate,’ ‘Star Ruby,’ ‘Citrine,’ ‘True Pearl,’ ‘Gemstone’ and ‘Crimson Treasure.’
Website/Catalog  (2006)  Page(s) 27.  
Cinderella A classic micro. White flowers with a hint of dawn pink in cooler weather...
Book  (2002)  Page(s) 34.  
Rated 8.1
Book  (2000)  Page(s) 164.  Includes photo(s).
‘Cinderella’ = Miniature. Blanc satiné retouché d’incarnat… minuscules roses à 55 pétales, sur fond de feuillage menu au tracé délicat… toujours couvert de fleurs, d’ordinaire groupées en bouquets drus… Les climats frais lui font le teint plus rose. Pour Nola Simpson, rosiériste néo-zélandaise, il est l’étalon sur lequel juger les miniatures. De Vink, Pays-Bas, 1953.
Book  (Apr 1993)  Page(s) 96.  
Cinderella Miniature, satiny white tinged pale flesh, 1953, 'Cécile Brunner' x 'Tom Thumb'; deVink. Description.
Book  (1991)  Page(s) 12.  
Perla de Montserrat, Tom Thumb and Cinderella were (and still are) among the smallest roses you could find...
Website/Catalog  (1982)  Page(s) 51.  
Cinderella White.
Article (misc)  (1980)  Page(s) 19.  
Cinderella a variety that does well indoors
Book  (1978)  Page(s) 137.  
'Cinderella'  Shortest  Pale pink   Remontant   P2   H1  **
So pale as to be nearly white, this charming little plant came from De Vink by means of 'Cecile Brunner' x 'Peon'; so both pioneers of Miniatures succeeded with 'Cecile Brunner', the ideal parent for Miniatures. 'Cinderella' was introduced in 1952, and is very double. 
Even more double was  De  Vink's 'Humpty  Dumpty'  introduced along with 'Cinderella' by Thomas Robinson in 1952. 
Book  (1972)  Page(s) 77.  
Roy and Heather Rumsey, NSW.  Miniatures.  
Cinderella is a real gem, but always there is a slight pink edge to the petals. 
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