Ground Covering Rose 'Seafoam'
Ground Covering Rose Seafoam
This lovely rose is ideal for covering larger areas, turning bare spots into lovely patches of colour and sheer beauty.
These lovely roses are ideal for covering larger areas, turning bare spots into lovely patches of colour and sheer beauty. It is winter hardy and has good disease tolerance with beautiful creamy white double flowers which turn to pale pink in cooler areas on dark green glossy foliage. If deadheaded frequently it will bloom repeatly throughout the summer. It it mildly fragrant.
|Botanical name||Ground Covering Rose 'Seafoam'|
|Delivered as||Bare roots|
|Location||Sun and shade|
|Plant spacing||100 cm|
|Preferred Soil||Any soil|
How to take care of Ground Covering Rose Seafoam
Soak Ground Covering Rose Seafoam for a few hours before planting the root ball about 3cm below the soil surface. The soil should preferably contain some loam (acid and humus free) and drain well. Apply a small handful of rose fertiliser around each plant. Pruning is not necessary although you can trim once a year this type of baby rose into shape and remove dead flower-heads regularly. Never let Ground Covering Rose Seafoam dry out. Ground Covering Rose Seafoam must be watered daily or even twice daily in very dry weather. Remember: Lack of sun and moisture can result in poor growth. If purchased in fall/winter do not be alarmed at their appearance; they are merely dormant for winter. Ground Covering Rose Seafoam are conserving energy in their roots to flourish in early spring..
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