The seduction of the lavish pink blooms on the Pink Drift Rose will have anyone who comes across your landscape in awe.
The elegant Pink Drift Rose features an authentic ground-cover habit and offers a fresh look to any landscape or garden. Deep pink flowers with a soft faded center bloom in abundance throughout the growing season. The double flowers offer a beautiful season-long show of color of this rose bush. Contrasting the pink blossoms is green foliage that grows all year round.
The low, spreading habit of Drift Roses makes them ideal for small gardens, hillsides and perennial beds. They will brighten up an array of border types, fill any empty spaces and spread nicely around your already established plants.
Pink Drift Rose Care
The Pink Drift Rose is best suited for full sun areas and will adapt to a variety of soil types. Flowers shoot up in early spring and the rose bush stays stocky at roughly 1-2 feet tall and 2-3 feet wide.
Shows excellent winter hardiness. The pink rose grows across most of the United States in USDA growing zones 5-10.
The drift rose is low growing with distinctive mounded flowers. Flowers will re-bloom for several months if spent blooms are picked off. Prune drift roses in spring or fall.
Rosa Meijocos is easy to grow and easy to care for. Plant drift roses in early spring A regular watering schedule and annual fertilization will greatly benefit the pink flowers from diseases like black spot. A slow release fertilizer at the top of the root ball is best.
This Drift series family of roses are fairly disease resistant plants and exhibit a spreading habit. A great choice for groundcover roses and miniature plants.
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- Disease resistant
- Drought tolerant
- Showy flowers