|Mature Height:||2-3 ft.|
|Mature Width:||2-3 ft.|
|Botanical Name:||Rosa ''NovaFlora|
|Does Not Ship To:||AZ|
|Grows Well In Zones:||5-11 outdoors|
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Growing Zones: 5-11 outdoors(hardy down to -10℉)
Easy-Growing Yellow Color + Classic Rose Beauty
Why Popcorn Drift® Roses?
From their incredibly showy, cream-colored roses to their highly productive yields, the Popcorn is unlike any other. It's got the same self-cleaning, carefree benefits you love (including disease resistance) with the perk of unmatched beauty.
If you appreciate the unrivaled beauty of roses, the Popcorn Drift® Rose is a must-have. A profusion of faint yellow roses transition to a creamy white, blanketing your garden in classic pastel coloring. And the Popcorn Drift® is one of the most productive rose varieties available, so you'll get double blooms of picturesque flowers in spring and continuous color with each passing season.
The amazing colors pop even more thanks to a swath of dark green foliage that surrounds them. The combination of soft, white flowers, and rich green leaves creates an inviting look that will bring elegance to any planting location you choose.
Aside from the sheer beauty of the Popcorn Drift® Roses themselves, the full size of the blooms and the low-growing foliage make them perfectly suitable as an impressive groundcover that's hard to beat.
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better
There's nothing you can't do when it comes to your Popcorn Drift® Rose. Especially since we've taken the care to plant, grown, and nurture your rose for months in advance of shipping.
Now, you get a tough specimen resistant to a number of pests and diseases, including rust and mildew, without any hassle on your part.
This variety is highly sought-after and hard to find at most nurseries. If they do stock this elegant rose, it's bare-root...meaning that the roots are weaker, often not lasting past the first season of planting.
But your Popcorn from Fast Growing Trees arrives directly to your door with healthy, intact roots, ready to put on a show.
One thing is certain: Wherever you plant it, the Drift® Rose will take your breath away! Get your Popcorn Drift® Rose today before they're gone.
Planting & Care
1. Planting: A location that receives full sun (6+ hours) is best as the roses will not reach their full potential in shaded areas.
Dig the hole and make it twice the size of the root ball and just as deep as the container. Carefully remove the rose from its container. Some light tapping around the base of the pot will help free up the root ball. Start adding the native soil/gardening soil mix back around the roots. Soil amendments such as peat moss, compost, or aged manure can be mixed in with your native soil to improve the quality. Thoroughly water your Drift® Rose around the base of the plant until it’s well-soaked but not saturated.
When selecting a container for your Drift® Roses, be sure it has plenty of holes on the bottom as drainage is essential. Use organic soil, place your rose in its pot, and choose a sunny location.
2. Watering: Stick your finger into the potting soil down to a depth of 2 inches and feel around for any moisture. If the soil is dry and sandy-like, go ahead and water it until you see it escaping the drainage holes, and then stop. If there is still some moisture present, leave it be until the soil dries a bit more.
3. Fertilizing: The best time to fertilize Drift® Roses is in the spring season with a slow-release or controlled time-release fertilizer. Add another application in late summer to help with fall blooms.
4. Pruning: Drift® Roses should be pruned in early spring. When you see new shoots begin to form from the canes, some pruning is needed.
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
|Amount of Order||Shipping Charge|
|Less than $15||$11.95|
|$149 +||FREE SHIPPING!|
Customer Reviews & Photos
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They took a few months to get going. We planted in the fall. We fertilized them in the early spring and they are starting to take off. I love them and recommend. We bought them to be the front of our rose garden since they are shorter than traditional roses. We have other colors of Drift roses and love them too. These are mostly yellow and white with a little pink in the mix.
In honor of my late wife, I converted the vegetable garden into a Rose Garden. I had 8 Dwarf Roses but only 4 survived. So, I purchased three from you and planted them. So far, so good. Time will tell if I’m successful.
The leaves turned yellow and had black meldew on them. Then they dropped off. New green growth now. So far so good.
All plants look healthy and green, one is covered in blooms, there are a couple on 3 or 4 , but none on the rest. We bought eight and were hoping they would all bloom. We’ve done everything right , maybe just too soon, except for the 1 that is covered in blooms.