It is a woody perennial flowering plant.
Most species being native to India, with some being native to Europe, North America, and North-western Africa.
The Peach Drift Rose is a cross between a groundcover rose and a miniature rose bush.
Its low spreading habit makes it perfect for small gardens and landscape gaps filling.
It is ideal for planting in clusters, containers and hanging baskets.
These are low maintenance groundcover flowers.
they have toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness as seen in groundcover roses and a well-managed size and repeatedly blooming nature inherited from miniature roses.
They don't require any special care but it's recommended that you cut them yearly in early spring.
There is no specific timing for planting these roses, all they need is proper sunlight and water to bloom beautifully.
you can build a 1-3 layer mulch to keep in moisture and control weeds.
Do not prune roses in the fall. Simply cut off any dead or diseased canes
Soak the entire root region with water, twice a week in summer.
Avoid frequent shallow sprinklings.
Don't drown them and provide adequate drainage.
These plants prefer a pH between 5.5-7.0.
6.5 is the ideal pH for most home gardens.
loamy soil is ideal for growing these roses. Make sure to provide adequate drainage.
Mulch if needed.
Make sure that the soil is rich in organic matter, otherwise, you may use compost.
Plant these roses under full sunlight where they can receive minimum 5-6 hours of full sun per day.
Small, peach coloured flowers with 15-20 petals usually bloom in spring, summer and fall.
Medium or dark green coloured foliage.
The plants are very compact to the ground and grow about 2ft in height and 3ft broad.
These roses will grow beautifully even without fertilising.
However, you may fertilize them after one bloom cycle with a balanced fertilizer.
Make sure that the soil is moist before adding fertilizer otherwise, it may burn the roots.
Do not fertilise in the late summer.
Fertilize twice a year for better bloom.
The peach drift rose, is one of the strongest disease resistance roses.
These are also insect resistant and hence don't require any spraying.
Just avoid weeds as they compete for space and nutrition.