Rose Drift

Rose Drift

Care Information

Plant with composted cow manure added in the hole to enrich the soil. Trim back a bit after each bloom cycle to shape the plant and encourage new growth. Deadheading (cutting off spent blooms) isn't necessary, though doing so will promote more flowers. Fertilize 3 times a year - in spring, summer and fall - with a good quality granular fertilizer. Supplement feedings with bone meal, if you like, to promote heavier bloom. Water regularly but allow time between waterings for the plant to dry out.

  1. Light Needs: Full Sun or Partial Sun
  2. Watering Needs: Water regularly

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Product Overview:

Drift roses are a cross between full-size ground cover roses and miniature roses. From the ground cover roses they inherited toughness, disease resistance and a spreading growth habit. From the miniatures, they inherited their well-managed size and free-flowering nature. They only grow 2 to 3 feet tall, with a generous spread of 4 feet or more. The low, spreading habit, colorful flowers and long blooming season make Drift roses a lower-maintenance alternative to bedding plants in flower beds.

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