Peach Drift Rose Tree
Unique Blooms on a Dwarf Tree
The Peach Drift Rose tree offers your garden tons of bright pastel blooms in a unique tree form. This rose tree's height and re-blooming nature makes it a standout in any landscape.
One of the heaviest bloomers of all the Drifts, the Peach Drift Rose tree stays covered in blossoms all season long. This is one of its most attractive qualities, but it's certainly not the only reason to plant this lovely rose tree.
The Peach Drift Rose tree, much like its ground-covering cousin, blooms in massive clusters of roses in shades of apricot and peach. It can boast as many as 5 to 8 roses per stem and blooms continuously. These large 2-inch blooms will appear in the mid-spring and last till the first hard freeze.
The dark foliage contrasts well with the light pink to peach flowers. The roses make pretty cut
flowers for casual indoor arrangements.
The Peach Drift Rose tree is a tall plant, rising from a single trunk to between 3 and 4 feet high in the garden bed. This dramatic shape gets a lot of attention. The Peach Drift Rose tree is hardy and disease resistant so it makes a statement without a lot of fuss.
Many low-growing perennials and annuals will complement this rose tree. Its high, ball-shaped crown of flowers leaves plenty of room below for ground covers and other pretty partner plantings. It's an outstanding specimen plant and a perfect choice for containers gardens, too.