Botanical Name: Differs for each variety.
Common Name: Drift Roses
Description: Drift® Roses are a cross between full-size groundcover roses and miniature roses. From the former, they kept toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness. From the miniatures, they inherited their well-managed size and repeat-blooming nature.
The low, manageable habit of Drift® Roses makes them perfect for gardens small to large and for containers. They brighten up borders, fill in empty spaces, meander around established plants, and can control erosion on hillsides and slopes. They’re fast growers once established. They’re bred to be disease resistant and easy to grows. Here in the hot, humid south they still will get some black spot, but it’s easily controlled and usually doesn’t get so bad as to kill the plant. They do best with a regular fertilizer routine of organic fertilizer. These are the perfect roses for people who don’t want the high maintenance of the modern hybrid tea roses.
Lemon Drift offers the perfect shade of yellow and creamy white to brighten the garden. This rose has a very bushy, compact, and rounded habit. Grows 1 to 1-1/2′ tall x 2-3′ wide.
Peach Drift is one of the most floriferous dwarf shrubs available. Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late fall. Pairs well with existing perennials in any landscape and exhibits strong disease resistance. Grows 2′ tall and wide.
Red Drift has an easy-care nature and effortless beauty lend. The petite, red flowers prove to be an elegant addition to any garden, especially when able to naturally drape over a rock wall or edge. Grows 1-2′ tall x 2-2-1/2′ wide.
White Drift has pure white, fully double flowers that are perfectly shaped like miniature roses. These impressive white blooms will brighten gardens of all shapes and styles. Grows 1-2′ tall x 2-3′ wide.
These plants in 2-gallon containers are 1-3′ tall and wide.
Hardiness Zones 4 – 11