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White Drift® Rose

Rosa 'Meizorland' (PP #28,054)

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White Drift® Rose

Rosa 'Meizorland' (PP #28,054)

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Rosa 'Meizorland' (PP #28,054)

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The White Drift® Rose features big clusters of one-inch roses of pure white. They may be small, but they are so abundant that this bush usually has more than 100 blooms on it at any time. It grows into a low, spreading mound, just 18 inches tall, but 3 feet across, filling spaces in the front of your beds with lush green leaves and continuous white blooms. It grows well in every garden zone from zone 4 on, so everyone can enjoy this great plant, and it is so easy to grow. Plant it in the front of beds, along a walkway or drive, at the top of walls, and in planters and boxes – you don’t even need a garden to enjoy this terrific plant.

  • Pure white double roses from early summer into fall
  • Low, spreading plant for the front of borders
  • Perfect for pots and planter boxes
  • Very disease resistant, so it’s always healthy
  • The ideal rose for every garden

Plant the White Drift® Rose in full sun to see it produce the most flowers. It will grow in any well-drained soil, and it thrives in heavy clay soils that other plants reject. Rich mulches and regular fertilizing will ensure it also thrives in sandy soils, and that is all the care it needs, because this rose is resistant to all the major rose diseases. A simple trim in late winter will give the very best results, but even that isn’t necessary. The Drift® Roses are a breakthrough in rose growing, giving you roses without the work they always used to take.