Rose, Peach Drift®

Rosa 'Meiggili' PP#18542

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Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late Fall. Peach Drift® pairs well with perennials in any landscape. Exhibits strong disease resistance. (Photo Credit: Star® Roses and Plants)

Uses & Attributes

Blooms in the summer. Great for smaller spaces.
Care & Pruning
Cut back in the spring. Remove spent flowerheads throughout the growing season to encourage faster reblooming. Cut back to a healthy bud on the stem. Shape as desired.
Light Needs: Full Sun to Part-Sun
Size: 1-2' x 2-3'
Spacing: 3'
Water Use: Medium
Growth Rate: Medium
Hardiness: -10 to -20 F

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Planting Info

1. Dig a hole 1.5 times as wide as the diameter of the rootball. Depth of the hole should be equal to depth of the rootball.

2. Set plant in the hole so the top of the rootball is even or slightly above ground soil level.

3. Refill around the rootball with a mix of 1/2 existing garden soil and 1/2 Earl May Organic Planting Mix blended with Earl May Structure. Step down on soil to eliminate any large air pockets.

4. Build a soil ring the size of the rootball around the plant, to help hold in water.

5. Add a 1 inch layer of mulch around the plant, keeping mulch away from the trunk.

6. Water slowly with Earl May Plant Start mixture right away. Enjoy watching your new plant grow!

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