Drift - A cross between full size ground cover roses and miniature roses. From the former, they keep their toughness, disease resistance and winter hardiness. They inherited their well managed size and repeat blooming nature. Continuously blooming from spring to frost, they are naturally dwarf.
Knockout - A maintenance free rose that continually produces self-cleaning flowers spring through fall. It has an unsurpassed resistance to black spot and downy mildew leaf diseases. Makes an excellent low hedge or accent plant. Fast growing, 3 - 4 feet tall and wide.
Carpet - An easy care ground cover rose with an extra long flowering season. Resistant to mildew and black spot. Moderate grower to 24 inches tall and 36 inches wide and needs wet or constantly moist soil.
Climbing - This variety of rose develops long canes that can be trained to climb on fences, arbors, trellises or gazebos.