This is a tiny, but prolific rose. Its one-inch blossoms crowd into large clusters. Considering that it is growing on the edge of giant sequoia trees with a pittance of bright sunlight, it is shamelessly generous. Alas, this is another nameless beauty in the garden.
With a light fragrance, the flowers greet you at about eye level, so it is not a miniature, though the flowers would lead one in that direction. It is keeping up quite well in stature with it's neighbor, a Rosa glauca (R. rubrifolia). If anyone has an idea about my exuberantly blooming tiny rose, I would love to hear from you.