Drift Roses Coral
Drift Rose Coral. Blooms in 5-6 week cycles from spring to frost. A low growing, dwarf plant with attractive foliage and coral flowers. Bright orange coral colored flowers cover the shrub over a long period, and it keeps flowering until frost. Bright and cheerful, Coral Drift is a good choice for walkways or when planted in a container.
Drift Roses Peach
Drift Rose Peach. Blooms in 5-6 week cycles from spring to frost. A naturally dwarf plant with attractive foliage. peach colored flowers. Peach Drift is an extremely prolific bloomer with soft apricot peach colored flowers. The color is a pale apricot with a brighter center, lovely in a night garden or when planted against a darker background for contrast.
Drift Rose Pink
Drift Rose Pink. Blooms in cycles from spring to frost. An easy care, dwarf variety with attractive foliage and pink flowers, the perfect color for a romantic touch in a yard or garden. Pink Drift will burst with hot pink blooms with up to 10-20 flowers per branch. A fast growing, low yet dense shrub, Pink Drift is a best pick for a low growing border or may be grown in a container.
Drift Rose Popcorn
Drift Rose Popcorn. Blooms in 5-6 week cycles from spring to frost. Popcorn is a low growing dwarf shrub with shiny green foliage and blush colored flowers which open to white. The white blooms cover the bush for a long period, and will continue putting out new buds until frost. Popcorn is a best pick for walk way edges or as container plants.
Drift Roses Red
Red Drift. Blooms in 5-6 week cycles from spring to frost. A naturally dwarf plant with attractive foliage and red flowers. Red Drift features the most petite flowers of all of the series with small, red color blooms. A classic romantic color in a small size! Red Drift is perfect for small space landscaping, to use in front of border as a mass planting or short hedge, and may be grown as a beautiful statement if you drape it naturally over a rock wall or edge.
Double Knockout Rose Red
Double Knockout Rose Red. Easy care roses for southern gardeners. Double Knockout Rose Red produces large, velvety fully double flowers with up to 25 petals per bloom! More than twice the amount of similar single flowered knockouts. They look great when planted in groups and will add color to a late season garden when other flowering shrubs are in bloom. Bloom season begins in summer and continue until fall frosts.
Double Knockout Rose Pink
Double Knockout Rose Pink. Another winning knockout rose for southern landscapes, Double Knockout Rose Pink is an easy care shrub which adds an elegant, dramatic touch to a garden. Brilliant pink, large, velvety fully double flowers with up to 25 petals per flower. Plant Double Knockout Rose Pink in mass groups for an eye catching display of color and curb appeal. Bloom season begins in summer and continue until fall frosts, adding much needed color to a landscape after most flowering trees and shrubs have finished blooming.
Knockout Rose ‘Sunny’ Yellow
Rosa Knockout Rose ‘Sunny’. Yellow buds and petals turn a cream color as they age. This is a fragrant knockout! ‘Sunny’ is a new rose from the Knockout series which can bring a bright yellow color to your rose garden. It is the first yellow Knockout, and the first to have an incredible fragrance! Flowers first open to a bright golden yellow color and as they age, turn to a soft white buttery hue. ‘Sunny’ holds its color best if given a little shade.
Rosa Rose ‘White Out’
Rosa ‘White Out’ is the closest you can get to having a white Knockout rose. ‘White Out’ repeat blooms in a beautiful white with bright yellow centers. The leaves are a deep green that really contrasts well with the pure white of the flowers. ‘White Out’ looks stunning when paired with purple, red or dark leaf trees and shrubs to create a show stopping area of color in your landscape.
Oso Easy Paprika. A Proven Winners plant, 12-24″. A low growing variety which blooms from early summer through frost. Oso Easy Paprika is covered in orange flowers with a yellow center. This lovely rose may be grown a flower garden, as a low hedge, edging or specimen in a perennial border. Oso Easy Paprika may also be used for container gardening and planted in pots.
Tree Form Drift Roses. Summer flowering tree formed drift roses in red, coral or white. Have color in a front yard or on a patio all summer long. Reblooming. Supplies are limited! Tree formed shrubs are a wonderful idea for planting in large containers to a front door entrance, the end of a driveway or as a front yard accent.
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