Looking for the perfect white rose bush to brighten your yard? The pure White Drift® Rose is sure to entice and awe your neighbors as it adds sparkle to your landscape.
This shrub rose Rosa ‘Meizorland’ is the newest addition to the Drift rose series. It is actually a cross between full size roses and miniatures, they inherited their managed size and repeat blooming nature and toughness on disease resistance. Drift roses are very easy to care for!
The fluffy, cool White Drift Rose Bush features an authentic ground cover growing habit and offers a bright look to any landscape or garden. Its double, icy white blooms will begin flowering in spring and offer a beautiful season-long show of color. Green foliage covers the rose plant all year long for a beautiful evergreen display.
The low, spreading habit of Drift® Roses makes them ideal for small gardens, hillsides, and perennial beds. The miniature rose bush will brighten up an array of borders, fill empty spaces, and spread nicely around your already established plants. We recommend pairing it with the pink flowers of the Sweet Drift Rose for a darling and colorful pairing.
How to Care for Drift Groundcover Roses
The White Drift Rose is best suited for full sun areas and it will adapt to a variety of soil types. Purchase our Rose Soil Mix for the best choice of soil when amending your native soil.
These icy white drift groundcover roses are known to be tough, disease resistant, drought tolerant, and cold hardy. They can grow across the United States in USDA growing zones 5-10 and are very easy to grow. Check out our blog on Winter Care for Roses.
The best time to plant the drift series is in early spring or early fall for the best results. The bright white fully double blooms will cover a large space in your garden in no time. At maturity, this white drift rose bush can grow up to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide.
Prune drift roses to maintain the desired size and shape, they are fast growing shrubs and will bounce back with vigor. Deadheading spent flower buds to encourage repeat blooms on these ground cover roses. A thick 2 inch layer of mulch across the root system will help to retain moisture when it’s hot outside.
White flower blossoms start opening in mid spring. The rose bush can benefit from adding a slow release fertilizer to the top of the root ball once a year to encourage new growth and colorful blooming. It will also protect against fungal diseases or black spots during the growing season.
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- Showy flowers
- Drought tolerant
- Low maintenance
- Disease resistant