What kind of plant is this and what pot size does it need?

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    I have a plant that I started growing from seed and it’s starting to flower. Forgot how long ago I planted it but I have it under a grow light indoors and it’s starting to flower. It didn’t come with any instructions as far as care or reporting. The seeds just said angel wings and nothing else. Do I need to put t in a bigger pot? And if anyone knows what kind of plant or care instructions please let me know. Thank you.
     

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    It’s in about 2 inches of soil inside an about 4 inch pot
     

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    It's possibly a miniature rose. Have you a picture with the flower fully open please?

    If it is a rose a bigger pot and more soil would help it's growth. :)
     
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    That’s as far that the flower has opened
     
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    I grew a rose "Wings of Angels" from seeds. One part of the bushes was with simple flowers, the other part with double flowers. At first it was a small plant with flowers like yours. Then the rose became too big. Much more than ordinary room roses. So I planted a rose in the garden. Roses well survived the cold winter and turned into large bushes, which I began to cut. But this rose did not look as attractive to me as other roses. So I transplanted these roses into the forest. They grow there and bloom without my care. :)
     
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