Space-Saving Everblooming Roses
Rose gardeners have been looking for smaller shrubs, but were never willing to sacrifice their colorful blooms.
The result is the new Peach Drift Rose- a disease resistant, repeat bloomer that only gets two feet tall.
Experienced rose gardeners like it because its a cross between a groundcover and a miniature rose, so it doesn't take up much space.
Beginner gardeners love it because it is a low-maintenance plant that doesn't need much attention... but it still bursts with double-blooms from spring until fall!
If you're looking for beautiful flowers that won't quit all season, then the Peach Drift Rose is the plant for you.
It typically gets 1-2 feet tall and 1-3 feet wide. The petite size of the plant and its bloom make it a perfect partner for showier perennials whose foliage fades quickly. The bushy branches of the Peach Drift will hide the spent foliage and attract attention to its gorgeous flowers.
Patio gardeners love the Peach Drift Rose. Its size and shape make it an excellent plant for container gardening and smaller yards.
Larger spaces are also charmed by this pretty plant which will cascade over a wall or amble along a walkway without taking over.
The Peach Drift Rose will brighten any garden with its long blooming season and easy going nature.