Pink Drift® Rose
|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||2-3 Feet|
|Brand||The Drift Rose|
How To Remove Dead Flowers
Deadhead spent flowers after the first spring bloom.
Where Should I Plant A Pink Drift?
This rose is adaptable to a variety of soils and thrives a spot with full sun to part shade exposure in grow zones 4-10.
What Are Good Companion Plants For Drift Roses?
Dianthus, daylilies, and barberry pair well with drift roses serving as border plants or a backdrop for other perennials.
Drift Roses are so easy to care for. Basically just plant, water, and thats it!
At the time of planting, water your drift rose daily for at least 1 week with a hose. Make sure that the root ball is throughly saturated so that it does not dry out. If you have an sprinkler system, we still recommend hand watering just to ensure success.
We suggest a quality slow release fertilizer to mix in or sprinkler around each drift rose. The slow release fertilizer will ensure your drift rose will be covered in blooms! Fertilize 2 times a year. Once in the spring, and again in the summer.
Right before spring, you can prune your drift rose. Its not required but it will help maintain vigor and strength as well as encourage better blooming. We recommend pruning back, about 1/2 size. Drift Roses are really easy and just a pleasure to add to your landscape.
Enchant your gardens and patios with the Pink Drift® Rose today. It is perfect for filling in all those odd places or even planted as a border or backdrop to other perennials. Not only is the Drift Rose a perfect size and shape, it produces beautiful blooms from spring all the way to frost!
We recommend planting in clusters for more color. Space each drift rose about 3-5 feet apart. A staggered look is even better and will also look natural.
Learn when to prune your flowering shrubs.
For additional options, be sure to browse our Drift Roses, Phlox and Ground Cover Plants collections.