Grows in Zones
White Rose Bush Varieties
From white Drift rose bushes to white Knock Out roses, we have a hardy rose bush for you. Drift roses are a cross between miniature and groundcover roses. They make great borders and look amazing in containers. Knock Out roses are shrub roses. They look nice in foundation plantings and hedges. Drift roses and knock out roses bloom for months, not weeks. In fact, you will enjoy roses from spring through fall! The White Drift Rose makes the perfect border for a wedding or formal garden. The Popcorn Drift Rose is white with hints of buttery yellow. This small rose bush is gorgeous in mass. For endless white roses on an attractive landscape bush, choose the White Knock Out Rose.
White Rose Tree
White rose trees add an elegant look to your landscape. They are spectacular potted plants and can be kept outdoors year-round in containers in most growing zones. Our white tree roses for sale are premium quality plants that will transform your home and garden. All of our white rose trees are disease-resistant and easy to grow. Our Iceberg Rose Tree for sale is no exception. This award-winning white tree rose is easy to grow and absolutely beautiful. The Icecap Rose Tree has loads of snowy white blooms. These white rose trees are both from the creator of the knock out series. The White Knock Out Rose Tree puts on a spectacular show for 3 seasons! And with self-cleaning blooms, you won’t even have to put in an effort to keep this dwarf blooming tree stunning! The White Drift Rose Tree is charming and sophisticated. The delicate pure white blooms decorate this pretty little tree in spring, summer, and fall.
How to Care for White Roses
Plant white rose bushes in full sun for the most prolific blooming.
Rose plants can adapt to any well-drained soil. Use a good quality organic planting mix for potted roses.
Water newly planted white rose plants thoroughly 2 times per week for the first 2 to 3 months. Established roses are drought tolerant, but will perform best when watered about once weekly during periods of drought. Water over the soil rather than over the leaves of rose plants in order to help prevent fungal disease.
Apply a slow-release fertilizer in spring. White drift roses and knock out roses can be fed twice per year in spring and again in mid to late summer.
Fertilome Rose and Flower Fertilizer is an insecticide and fertilizer in one that can be used every 8 weeks during the growing season.
Pest and Disease Control
Treat insects, fungal disease, and mites with Fertilome Triple Action Plus. Neem oil is a natural alternative that treats insects and fungal infections.
Prune rose bushes in early spring right before they emerge from dormancy. Trim knock out roses back to about 1 foot. Drift roses can be pruned back by about ⅓ to ½.