The Coral Drift Rose bush features beautifully vibrant flowers that will catch your eye and brighten up any landscape or garden!
The bright coral orange blooms that cover this small mounding shrub will last from mid-spring to mid-fall. You will see coral colored flowers with double blooms appear in early spring and they contrast the dark green foliage nicely. It has one of the longest bloom times of all rose plants!
This rosa meidrifora shrub is fully winter hardy and disease resistant like the rest of its family and can be either a full-size drift groundcover rose or a miniature plant. It has excellent disease resistance to black spot if cared for correctly.
Coral Drift Rose Care
Drift roses grow in full sun or part shade. Plant drift roses in any planting spot – they are not picky about soil types but it does like well drained soil. They prefer to be planted in spring or fall so it has the whole growing season to establish. Check out our Rose Soil Mix for the best rose potting soil!
It can grow up to 1-2 feet tall and 2-3 feet wide, perfect for small gardens. This miniature rose bush grows best all over the United States in USDA plant hardiness zones 5-10.
This cold hardy rose has a spreading habit and is also easy to grow for many reasons. Once planted in the ground and a strong root system established, it is extremely drought tolerant and resistant to the hot, humid heat of summer.
It can benefit from a slow release fertilizer being added to the base of the plant at the root ball during the growing season. Coral shrub rose care is easy with these already established plants!
An annual application of mulch or organic matter can help benefit the rose plant by helping retain moisture. Prune drift roses in late winter or early spring only to maintain the desired size and shape.
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- Disease resistant
- Showy flowers
- Winter hardy