Rose Sweet Drift®
Sweet Drift® forms full clusters of sweet pink blooms from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late fall. No cottage garden is complete without the charming romance of Sweet Drift®!
Drift® roses should receive full sun exposure. The densest growth and best flowering occurs with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day from spring through early fall, when plants are actively growing. Newly planted roses require regular watering until established. Water deeply when you plant it and whenever the top 3 inches of soil are dry to encourage deep roots. Make sure to plant your Drift® roses in well-drained soil. They are fully winter-hardy, disease-resistant, as well as heat- and drought-tolerant. Hardiness zones range from 4-11.