How to Plant White Out Roses
The White Out Rose is a miniature compact shrub rose which produces clusters of small, rosette-shaped, very fragrant, snow-white flowers the very first year. White Out is very resistant to diseases and will work well in any landscape. This shrub rose is extra-easy because the flower show will continue from spring until frost without removal of old flowers because it has been bred to be self cleaning!
The White Out Rose loves full sun, well draining soil and grows approximately 4 feet tall and 4 feet wide at maturity. The White Out Rose is virtually maintenance free and makes for a beautiful addition to any setting.
This compact cutie is a perfect compact shrub that works well in color contrast with similar varieties If you're looking for the perfect low-growing hedge plant that is fast growing, cold hardy and long blooming, then White Out Rose is your solution.
How to Plant White Out Roses: Plant your rose bush in an area that receives a minimum of six hours of sunshine. Dig the hole for planting large enough to give the roots plenty of room. (approximately 2 to 3 times wider than the rootball). Remove the rose from its container and gently place in the hole. Pack the soil firmly around the roots of the rose bush.
Fill the hole with water, allow it to soak in and then fill the hole with the rest of the soil. Apply a 3- to 4-inch layer of mulch around the base of the bush for moisture retention and less weeding. Water 2-3 times a week (approximately 1 inch of water) unless it rains.