Drift Roses for Sale

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Drift Roses in Landscape

Drift roses are ground cover roses and stay low to the ground so they are perfect in garden beds, bordered near other shrubs, or even in containers. Our wide variety of Drift® Rose bushes for sale will add a pop of color in your landscape. The hard part is deciding which color to choose!

Drift ground cover roses are an excellent choice for flower lovers, landscapers, and gardeners all around. Their low spreading habit will be sure to cover the garden ground in no time! These drift rose bushes for sale can grow up to 2-3 feet tall and wide.Rose bushes are not always the easiest to grow, but Drift® Roses make it easy as once they are established. They are pest and disease resistant, low maintenance, and drought tolerant.

When do Drift Roses Bloom? How long Do Drift Roses Bloom?

Drift rose plants bloom continuously from spring until fall. Deadheading spent rose blossoms will encourage more bloom periods. Drift roses are perennials which means you can enjoy their blooms year after year.

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What Colors do Drift Roses Come In?We offer the highest quality drift rose plants in several different colors. Give your garden a burst of colorful flowers in shades of red, pink white, yellow, and more.

Drift Rose Care

Drift Roses are easy to care for plants. They are disease free and pest free plants. When caring for these plants make sure to have full sun, well-draining soil, and water when the soil is dry. 

How to Plant Drift Roses & Help them Grow

Drift® Roses prefer full sun and well draining soil. They are not picky about soil type but the addition of organic materials like mulch and fertilizing annually will help your rose bushes grow. If you plant your new rose shrub in an area with poor soil conditions, it is recommended to use our Rose Soil Mix to amend the soil.

Check out the Rose Grow Guide for more information on growing and our How to Plant a Rose Bush blog for info on choosing and planting our many drift roses for sale!

How to Prune Drift Roses & When

When pruning drift roses it’s all about watching how your plant is blooming. When you notice the blooms dying off you will want to get a sharp, clean pair of scissors and cut off any spent flowers and cut back the stems only leaving two-thirds of it. This will help keep your bush healthy and happy by promoting new growth and new blooms. 

The best time to prune Drift Roses is when the first major set of blooms has died. You will want to deadhead all the spent blooms and then prune back the stems, only leaving about two-thirds of the stem.

Drift Rose Companion Plants

Many plants can be paired with drift roses whether it’s evergreen shrubs (boxwoods), flowering shrubs (loropetalum), or ornamental grasses (muhly grass). 

Do Drift Roses Need Full Sun?

Drift Roses need 6-8 hours of full sun every day. The more sun there is, the more they will thrive and produce flowers.

When to Fertilize Drift Roses

Drift Roses grow fast bloom heavily which is helped by fertilization. We recommend feeding them right after the late winter pruning, and then every 6 weeks or so during the growing season, with a rose food or an organic plant food.

Growing Drift Roses in Containers

Drift roses are the perfect container plant. Only reaching heights of 1-2ft and widths of 2-3ft, their small size makes them great container plants. When choosing a container for your Drift rose plant you will want to get one that's 2 times or bigger than the pot it’s in and make sure it has proper drainage holes. Next, get a well-draining soil and plant as normal. Since your plant is in a container you will want to be aware of how often you water. Only water your plant when the soil is dry to the touch. 

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