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Coral Drift Rose

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About Coral Drift Rose

The Coral Drift Rose is a low-growing shrub/groundcover rose with distinctive mounded coral flowers. These Roses will bloom from mid-spring till fall. Plant your Drift Roses in well-drained garden soil and in an area that will receive full sun. Fertilize in spring will slow-release fertilizer for best bloom performance.

How to Space Your Coral Drift Rose 

For a seamless planting, plant your Coral Drift Rose 1 foot apart. Space them 2+ feet for gaps between plants.

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Common Name
Coral Drift Rose
Scientific Name
Rosa 'Meidrifora' PP 19148
Zones
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Average Size
1-1.5' H x 2-2.5' W
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3 reviews for Coral Drift Rose

  1. Jennifer Jones (verified owner)

    Update –
    These are much healthier & much more of a true coral shade after being planted. They bloom frequently and have nice clusters of flowers.

  2. Jennifer Jones (verified owner)

    Out of the four I ordered, two arrived in great shape. The other two looked much less healthy but should be fine in a few weeks. However, these are very pink and not nearly as coral in color as pictured. All four were not the same shade, either, even though all were labeled as “coral.”

  3. Sue Lee (verified owner)

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