The great thing about Drift® Roses is that they really don't require much care at all. They are easy to grow and will flourish in most any conditions. You can pretty much leave them alone and they will look outstanding.
Prune back to about 6" in early spring (after the last hard frost) for best performance. Regular deadheading encourages re-blooming and helps maintain a tidy appearance. They have stunning flower power and will bloom throughout the season, continuing until the first hard frost.
Like all roses, Drift® Roses need full sun. Plant them individually among other shrubs, annuals, perennials in mixed beds and borders or as a colorful hedge.
Click on the links to the left to learn more about planting, pruning and care of your Drift® Roses.