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Article on Drift roses

Posted by henry_kuska z5 OH (kuska@neo.rr.com) on
Thu, Sep 26, 13 at 17:33

"Joe White: Drift Roses first Super Plant of fall"

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/article/20130926/LIVING0402/309260005/Joe-White-Drift-Roses-first-Super-Plant-fall?nclick_check=1

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RE: Article on Drift roses

I have the peach Drift rose and love it. I planted mine mid July I think it was or early August and its been full of blooms ever since. Its also doubled in size since I've planted it. I bought a red drift a few weeks ago and its not in as sunny a spot as the peach so its not looking as good as the peach. The blooms are much smaller on the red than the peach. I mean super tiny but cute. Since I planted the red later than the peach I didn't expect the red to be the same size as the peach. They are both much bigger than they were when I planted them. So far no sign of any disease. No bug damage and no BS. My regular roses are all dealing with BS problems and I do have to spray them. I've never sprayed my drift roses nor have I used any fertilizers and they look a lot healthier than any other rose in my garden.

Next year I plan on buying a few more Drift roses in different colors. I really like the one called popcorn drift. Its white with some yellow and does look like a partially popped kernel of corn.


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