Coral Drift Rose Tree
|Soil Type||Acidic, Adaptable|
|Mature Height||2-3 Feet|
|Mature Width||2-3 Feet|
|Brand||The Drift Rose|
The Coral Drift Rose Tree is perfect for the novice gardener and the experienced gardener alike. In fact, this Drift Rose tree on standard is a perfect gift for any occasion! This stunning rose tree has phenomenal color and blooming power. It blooms coral flowers in spring, summer and fall!
The Coral Drift Rose Tree is easy to grow! It doesn’t require much maintenance at all once it is established. This rose tree is pest and disease resistant and drought tolerant and can grow throughout most of the United States. It looks great in containers on a deck, patio, or entryway or in the ground throughout your landscape.
For additional tips read our article on Drift Rose Care.
- Fabulous color. The Coral Drift Rose is loved for its unique color and the Coral Drift Rose Tree is no different!
- Easy care. This rose tree is an easy one to maintain. Just give it a little trim in late winter or early spring to keep it tidy, some water when the ground is dry, and maybe a little fertilizer here and there to boost the blooms and you will have a happy plant!
- Repeat bloomer. The Coral Drift Rose Tree blooms for 3 seasons!
- Prolific bloomer. The coral flower clusters literally coat this rose tree!
- Hardy dwarf flowering tree. This Drift Rose tree is cold hardy, heat and drought tolerant, and pest and disease resistant.
Pro Tip: This unique and amazing rose tree is only available in limited quantities. Order yours today before they’re gone! Send one as a gift to your favorite gardener!
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How Often Should This Tree Be Watered?
Water this tree deeply every day for 1 week with a hose. For the first 2 to 3 months water deeply once or twice per week. Once established, this Drift Rose tree is drought tolerant.
Where Should I Plant A Coral Drift Rose Tree?
Plant this adaptable rose in acidic soil in a spot that has full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 4-10.
When Does This Rose Tree Bloom?
It blooms coral pink flowers in spring, summer and fall.
When should I fertilizer my Drift Rose Tree?
You can go ahead and fertilize with a slow release fertilizer any time of the year. By using a slow release fertilizer, the nutrients will slowly keep your rose tree fed, causing it to bloom more, and darker green healthy foliage.
Drift Rose trees require minimal care once they are established. They are pest and disease resistant.
Plant the Coral Drift Rose Tree in full to part sun and any well-drained soil. This rose tree grows in USDA growing zones 5 to 10. This rose tree can be planted throughout the year if you take care to avoid temperature extremes.
After planting, water this rose tree deeply every day for 1 week with a hose. For the first 2 to 3 months water deeply once or twice per week. Once established, this Drift Rose tree is drought tolerant. Water when the soil dries down 2 inches or so.
Feed the Coral Drift Rose Tree Planting Tree Slow-Release Fertilizer when planting and then twice yearly in early spring and again in mid to late summer. Prune your rose tree in late winter or early spring to maintain its shape.
The Coral Drift Rose Tree is a beautiful and colorful dwarf tree that is versatile in the home landscape. It looks lovely in mixed beds, gardens, or entryways. Plant one as a feature or several to add loads of color and beauty. Mix with other rose trees or even stagger with some Coral Drift Rose bushes!
This tree rose looks stunning in containers! Pot up this orange pink rose tree to decorate your patio, deck, porch, or entryway.