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Red Ribbons Groundcover Rose

‘Red Ribbons’ is a fabulous carpet of brilliant color for the sunny garden. Willing to repeat all season, covering itself in clusters of eye-catching crimson, it is a joy whether used as a “cover-up” for leggier taller roses or in solitary splendor as the dense, spreading beauty that it is.Introduced in 1990 by Kordes of Germany, this rose immediately gained attention for its superb disease resistance and spirited color. The scent isn’t much to write home about, but these 2½-inch semi- to fully double blooms really have an impact, even from across the garden. They begin in early summer in most climates, and continue intermittently all season long. Var: KORtemma (PP#9,115)
Variety description courtesy of Jackson & Perkins

‘Red Ribbons’ is a fabulous carpet of brilliant color for the sunny garden. Willing to repeat all season, covering itself in clusters of eye-catching crimson, it is a joy whether used as a “cover-up” for leggier taller roses or in solitary splendor as the dense, spreading beauty that it is.Introduced in 1990 by Kordes of Germany, this rose immediately gained attention for its superb disease resistance and spirited color. The scent isn’t much to write home about, but these 2½-inch semi- to fully double blooms really have an impact, even from across the garden. They begin in early summer in most climates, and continue intermittently all season long. Var: KORtemma (PP#9,115)
Variety description courtesy of Wayside Gardens

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Growing Roses: Ground Cover Roses

Hardworking and undemanding, ground cover roses package the beauty of the cherished flower in a plant that spreads and spills across the ground. These roses typically offer easy-care natures with disease-resistant leaves and continuous flowering throughout the growing season.

These short, sprawling plants usually grow from 1-3 feet tall and spread wider than their height (from 3-6 feet or more). Some ground-cover roses lack fragrance, but flower number more than makes up for lack of scent.

Planting Tips

  • Choose a sunny site – the more sun, the more flowers.
  • Make sure soil drains well.
  • Amend soil with organic matter.
  • Space roses according to label recommendations.

Beat Weeds

Many traditional ground covers, such as Vinca, Pachysandra and English Ivy, form a thick mat that defeats weeds. Ground-cover roses don’t blanket soil with weed-smothering foliage, even at the height of the growing season. (And in the dormant season, stems may be completely leafless.) Weeds frequently poke through spreading stems and often emerge near the base of the rose. To deter weeds:

  • Consider planting through landscape fabric available in nurseries and garden centers. Install drip irrigation on top of the fabric.
  • Maintain a mulch layer on soil (or landscape fabric) beneath sprawling stems.
  • Apply a pre-emergent herbicide to planting beds in early spring and fall to interrupt weed seed germination.

Landscape Uses

Hardworking ground-cover roses fill many roles in the landscape. Add these rugged beauties where you want low-growing, continuous color. Choices might include:

  • Edging a path or planting bed
  • Massed in a bed to create a swath of color
  • Covering a slope
  • Cascading over a wall
  • Forming a low barrier to foot traffic
  • Along a driveway, where low growth won’t block sight

Planting rose as ground cover should be done carefully. Don’t forget, these plants will be leafless and a bit on the rangy side during the dormant season, and they do need the same care as regular roses. Start with a small planting, say three, five or seven plants and judge the results.

Types of Ground-Cover Roses

Blanket Roses

Disease-resistant foliage, continuous blooming, restrained growth.

Size: 2 feet high by 2-6 feet wide.

Hardiness: Hardiness varies by cultivar, but all are hardy to USDA Zone 4-10.

Tip: Depending on cultivar, form can be more arching than spreading. Research before planting.

Drift Roses

Disease-resistant foliage, continuous blooming, naturally dwarf.

Size: 1.5 feet high by 2-3 feet wide.

Hardiness: USDA Zone 4-10

Tip: Prune to 6-12 inches high in early spring for compact growth

Flower Carpet Roses

More mounding than spreading. To cover ground, use in a mass planting. Disease-resistant foliage, continuous blooming, thorny canes, drought-tolerant once established.

Size: 3-3.5 feet high by 2-3 feet wide.

Hardiness: USDA Zone 5-10, but reported to survive to USDA Zone 3.

Tip: Prune to one-third size in early spring. Mulch in USDA Zones 3-4.

Meidiland Roses

Several cultivars work as ground covers: White Meidiland, Fire Meidiland (red), Ruby Meidiland, Red Meidiland and Magic Meidiland (magenta pink).

Size: 2-3 feet high, 2-6 feet wide

Hardiness: Most are hardy to USDA Zone 4-10.

Tip: Meidilands are more aggressive, vigorous roses – an excellent choice for covering a hillside. Not for small spaces.

Shrublet Roses

Shorter roses with a more mounded, bushy form (rather than spreading). Varieties include Gourmet Popcorn (white/yellow center), Rabble Rouser (yellow), Teeny Bopper (red and white) and What a Peach (apricot).

Size: <30 inches

Hardiness: Hardy to USDA Zone 5-10.

Tip: To cover ground, use in a mass planting.

Miscellaneous Roses

Shrub roses with sprawling growth can be used as ground covers, as can climbing roses grown without supports. Examples include: Sea Foam (white), Red Cascade (red) and Yellow Ribbons (yellow).

Learn more about other types of roses available and basic rose pruning tips.

Groundcover Rose

Groundcover Roses

Groundcover roses are one of the newest trends in roses. These low-growing, sprawling shrubs are actually not a class of their own like many other rose types. Generally, what people consider groundcover roses are just low-growing shrub roses. But no matter what they are, these plants are great at filling space with nonstop blooms. These roses also tend to be extremely disease resistant and low-maintenance.

genus name
  • Rosa
  • Part Sun,
  • Sun
plant type
  • Rose
  • 1 to 3 feet,
  • 3 to 8 feet
  • To 4 feet wide
flower color
  • Purple,
  • Red,
  • Orange,
  • White,
  • Pink,
  • Yellow
foliage color
  • Blue/Green
season features
  • Spring Bloom,
  • Fall Bloom,
  • Summer Bloom
special features
  • Low Maintenance,
  • Attracts Birds,
  • Good for Containers
  • 5,
  • 6,
  • 7,
  • 8,
  • 9
  • Stem Cuttings

Colorful Combinations

These low-growing roses accent any garden space. Particularly in areas with trees and shrubs, groundcover roses easily fill the low spaces of a garden with copious amounts of color. Not only do they bloom for almost the entire growing season, but groundcover roses come in almost every color possible (except for true blue). Unlike other common groundcovers, these roses are courteous of their neighbors and simply grow around them, as opposed to suffocating them. These rose plants also work extremely well trailing over walls, hanging baskets, or window boxes.

Groundcover Rose Care Must-Knows

Like all roses, groundcover roses perform best in full sun. However, because of their disease resistance, these plants can perform well in partial shade. Although plants may not bloom quite as well, there is less risk of disease in part shade than with other types of roses. Groundcover roses also prefer rich, well-drained soils. To keep your plants looking their best, amend the soil with organic matter. Water roses well after planting to help them establish. Do this at the base of the plant: Watering overhead should be avoided to prevent potential disease problems.

See more of the easiest roses you can grow.

Once established, groundcover roses need little maintenance. Unlike other rose varieties, deadheading groundcover types is not necessary. These are such tough plants that they will continue to bloom even without removing old blooms. The only thing that absolutely should be done is cutting back roses about two-thirds of the way in late winter or early spring before new growth appears. Doing so will help create dense, full plants with numerous blooms. Another thing to keep in mind is that because these rose plants are not as dense as a typical groundcover, they don’t function to prevent weed growth like regular mat-forming perennials do. So it is still a good idea to mulch underneath these roses to reduce any potential weed problems.

New Innovations

Groundcover roses are a fairly recent addition to the rose world. As such, there is much ground to cover (no pun intended), especially when it comes to characteristics like bloom color and, in some series, height. One attribute lacking in groundcover roses is fragrance. Few of the current varieties offer fragrant blooms, and when they do, they are lightly scented.

More Varieties of Groundcover Rose

‘Flower Carpet Amber’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Amber’ produces fragrant, golden-apricot flowers over glossy, dark green foliage. The lush foliage is quite disease resistant. It grows 2-1/2 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Zones 5-10

‘Flower Carpet Coral’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Coral’ features soft coral-pink single blooms that cover glossy dark green foliage in large clusters of 20-30 blooms. The lush foliage is impervious to disease. Plants grow up to 2-1/2 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Zones 5-10

‘Flower Carpet Pink’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Pink’ blooms prolifically for five or more months. The pink blooms with white centers develop in clusters 6-8 inches across, with as many as 18 flowers in each. Plants grow up to 3 feet tall and 4 feet across. Zones 5-10

‘Flower Carpet Pink Supreme’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Pink Supreme’ produces hot-pink blooms all summer and fall on a low-growing, disease-resistant plant. It grows 3 feet tall and wide. Zones 4-10

‘Flower Carpet Red’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Red’ bursts forth with masses of rich red flowers from late spring to late summer. It grows 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Zones 5-10

‘Flower Carpet Scarlet’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Scarlet’ bears loads of scarlet semidouble blooms that develop in clusters on a vigorous plant. The glossy, dark green foliage is impervious to disease. Plants grow up to 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide. Zones 5-10

‘Flower Carpet Yellow’ rose

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Rosa ‘Flower Carpet Yellow’ is a disease-resistant variety that sets yellow flowers late spring to fall. It grows 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Zones 5-10

Mainau Feur – Ground Cover Rose

Ground cover or Landscaping roses

Excellent as underplanting for normal roses, ground cover roses are a low growing or prostrate form that have actually been around for a long time but ground cover roses have recently been promoted as ‘Carpet Roses’ and this is what they do.

Requiring similar conditions to other roses they thrive in a humus rich moist soil and grow well in full sun to part shade, around 6 hours of sun a day is regarded as a minimum for good flowering. If you can arrange a position where they get morning sun, and then a little shade late in the afternoon when the sun is at its hottest they will thrive.

Many of the new cultivars are repeat flowering providing a virtual carpet of flowers from spring through summer and later. Care is fairly easy and fertiliser and watering are similar to other roses.

These low growing roses are suited for planting in pots and containers on a patio as well as in the garden border, rockeries or planted en masse, we have seen them used very successfully as median strip plantings.

Many Happy Returns – Landscaping Rose

Ground Cover Rose Varieties

Here we include two ‘ranges’ the Meidiland Range and the Flower Carpet Range as well as eight other popular ground cover or ‘landscaping roses’

  1. The Flower Carpet Range – Includes Amber, Coral, Pink Splash and Appleblossom
  2. The Meidiland Range – This includes Cherry Bonica, Livia and Cream Chantilly
  3. The Fairy – A David Austin variety that will reach around .75m and spread to 1m.
  4. Lavender Dream – Pink flowers that fade on a speeding bush rose to around 2.5 metres
  5. Red Meidiland – Red flowers on a low spreading bush, around .5 to .75m high spreading to 1m plus. One of the best for colder climates.
  6. Mainau Feur – A Kordes release, that will reach around .5m in height and spread to around 1 metre. Excellent lush red flowers with contrasting yellow stamens.
  7. Many Happy Returns – Early flowering with pink flowers, around .6 m in height.
  8. Eye Shadow – Mid pink flowers with a deeper centre, will reach around 60cm in height.
  9. Seafoam – Probably the very first ‘Landscaping Rose’, and still regarded as one of the best. This is a prostrate rose, masses of double white to creamy white flowers appear in clusters. Its a continual flowering type, from spring right through summer. Although widely used as a carpeting ground cover, it is also used as a weeping standard.
  10. Golden Touch – Deep green glossy foliage, golden yellow flowers and it will flower for around 9 months of the year. Reaches around 80cm and will spread to well over 1 metre.

Pruning Ground Cover Roses

Roses thrive on pruning, they flower better, and seem to stay a lot healthier with a good prune. Ground cover roses are a little different, they require less pruning. However that does not mean no pruning at all.

Start by making sure you cut back any dead or diseased wood, remove any tangled masses as well. Try cutting back some of the older wood each year to help promote new growth the rest is really sort of shaping. And yes they can be pruned again gently after flowering to help promote a healthier second flush of flowers.

If you need to regenerate ground cover roses you can generally cut back 1/3 to 2/3 depending on variety.

Ground Cover Roses are available for sale online from the following participating nurseries

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For Spring 2016, Weeks Roses continues its tradition of introducing new rose varieties that bring exciting new color combinations to landscapes throughout the country.

“Weeks Roses has built a reputation and a strong international following for its unique rose introductions,” said Christian Bédard, Research Director for Weeks Roses. “The plants grown under the Weeks Roses name are both beautiful and tough in a wide range of growing conditions. All of our plant varieties are field tested for flower color and form, flower production, cold hardiness and disease resistance. We celebrate the rose as an enduring part of gardens everywhere.”

Weeks Roses breeds and grows a wide variety of rose bushes including Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, Floribundas, Climbers, Rugosas and Foetidas, Shrubs, Groundcovers, Miniatures and Trees. All of the new introductions—and scores of popular favorites grown by Weeks Roses in California—are available at home center stores and independent garden centers nationwide. For more information, visit

New Roses for 2016

Watercolors Home Run®

The newest member of the Home Run® family of landscape roses is Watercolors Home Run®, which offers a winning combination of watercolor-blended colors and excellent flower production. The flowers open fully to reveal yellow-gold centers that are blushed with pink on the outer edges of the petals. The flowers are 2 ½ to 3 inches in diameter, and they bloom in large clusters for months—from spring well into fall. The flowers have a delicate spicy fragrance with a hint of cinnamon. Home Run® rose varieties are known for their natural disease resistance and a well-behaved rounded growing habit. Hybridized by Tom Carruth. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 5. (Cold hardy to Zone 4 with moderate protection.)

Miss Congeniality™

Miss Congeniality™ may be the perfect picotee rose—white with vibrant pink edges. The flower form is high-centered and double, and the bloom performance is unsurpassed in the garden and the vase. Miss Congeniality™ boasts medium-large flowers up to 4 inches in diameter that appear in small clusters on the upright, vigorous bush with glossy dark-green foliage. The flowers are lightly scented of pear and spices. Not only is Miss Congeniality™ stunning in appearance, but this beauty can defend herself from diseases, too. Weeks Roses was so impressed by this Grandiflora beauty that she was chosen for the cover of the 2016 Weeks Roses catalog. Hybridized by Christian Bédard. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 6. (Cold hardy to Zone 5 with moderate protection.)

Sunshine Happy Trails™ and Rainbow Happy Trails™

Groundcover roses continue to grow in popularity, and this year Weeks Roses introduces two new prostrate-growing roses that are perfect for defining garden borders and filling garden expanses with vibrant color. Sunshine Happy Trails™ produces a virtual carpet of medium-yellow to buttery-gold flowers that keep coming throughout the growing season. Each flower boasts 15-20 bright petals that hold their nice yellow color until the very end. Its sister plant, Rainbow Happy Trails™, shares the same trailing and spreading growth habit. Rainbow Happy Trails™ has blossoms that are yellow-gold blushed with pink on the edges of the petals. The flowers hold their appealing color until the petals drop.

Both Sunshine Happy Trails™ and Rainbow Happy Trails™ are vigorous and floriferous plants that spread and trail low to the ground as true groundcover roses should. The cheerful flowers are produced in abundance on medium-sized clusters even in the fall. Sunshine Happy Trails™ and Rainbow Happy Trails™ are the perfect happy ending to any garden design. Both of these new varieties are available at home center stores and independent garden centers. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 5. (Cold hardy to Zone 4 with moderate protection.)

Smokin’ Hot™

The new Smokin’ Hot™ rose proves the old adage that there’s no smoke without fire. You can clearly see the smoky purple overlay on the fiery orange petals of every Smokin’ Hot™ flower. Bring the fire indoors with an attractive bouquet of these novel flowers, which are produced as single specimens on long stems. The medium-large flowers (up to 4 inches in diameter), have a soft, spicy fragrance. A Smokin’ Hot™ rose bush is disease resistant with a tall, upright growth habit. The “combustion” of the fiery hot blossoms is cooled down by the glossy medium-green background foliage. Hybridized by Christian Bédard. Cold hardy to USDA Zone 6. (Cold hardy to Zone 5 with moderate protection.)

In addition, for 2016 Weeks Roses has also introduced the deep pink Pretty Lady Rose™ (the latest variety in the Downton Abbey Garden Rose Collection) and Cutie Pie™ (a miniature rose with the shape and form of a Hybrid Tea rose, whose blooms are yellow with an overlay of pink). To find out where Weeks Roses are sold near you, visit and click on Find Our Roses.

All you need to know about ground-cover rose bushes

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