Thumbnail 0
Thumbnail 1
Thumbnail 2
Thumbnail 3
Thumbnail 4
Preview 0
Zones 5-11
product image
Zones 5-11

Popcorn Drift® Rose

Rosa 'Novarospop' (PP#24,773)

View more from Drift® Roses

Popcorn Drift® Rose

Rosa 'Novarospop' (PP#24,773)

5 reviews
In stock - Ready to ship

Select Size

#3 Container

buy as a bundle

4 Pack #3 Container15% Off

30 day - ARRIVE AND THRIVE™ guaranteeLearn more

Free shipping on orders over $199
Free shipping on orders over $199
Our Experts Recommend
Probiotic Root Stimulant

Probiotic Root Stimulant

Special Features
Zone Map
Attracts Butterflies
Summer Color
Tolerates Acidic Soil

Botanical Name

Rosa 'Novarospop' (PP#24,773)

Outdoor Growing zone


Mature Height


Mature Width


Sun needs

Full Sun

The Popcorn Drift® Rose will bring sparkle and joy to your garden, with its bright yellow and white blooms. A bush in bloom – and they never stop blooming – looks like a bowl of fresh, buttered popcorn has landed in the garden, and everyone, children too, will enjoy its beauty. The flowers are bright yellow, with a white center, and sweetly scented. This low-growing rose forms an attractive mound of foliage between 2 and 3 feet across, but only 18 inches tall. It is perfect for the front of your beds, for edging a walkway, or for planting at the top of a wall to soften the harsh lines. It is also small enough to grow in larger planters and containers, replacing annual flowers that constantly need changing. Wherever you grow this rose you will love how it brings light and joy to your garden.

  • Sparking yellow and white double flowers
  • Never stops blooming
  • Low mounding form for smaller spaces
  • Multiple uses around the garden
  • Proven disease resistance

The best location for the Popcorn Drift Rose is in full sun, as this will keep it blooming constantly. This plant grows well in all kinds of soil, even clays, but it will not grow as well in very dry, sandy soil, or in soil that is constantly wet. What makes these Drift Roses so special is their resistance to diseases, so that spraying and fussing are a thing of the past. Think of them as flowering shrubs, not fussy roses, because they will work in your garden in that way, bringing flower color from early summer to late fall, and even in winter in very mild areas.