Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam
Seafoam

Seafoam

$50 Regular price
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Tag or Stake
  • Hips
  • Partial Shade

The first and still one of the finest Landscape Roses, Seafoam covers itself with clusters of eye-catching, creamy-white, double, 2 ½” blooms with 15+ petals. Set against glossy, dark-green foliage, the blossoms on this vigorous, continually blooming, trailing rose explode into masses of color. Expect her to be covered in blooms without pause all season long.

More Information

Rose Type Landscape
SKU LS788 GALLON
Bloom Types Double
Characteristic(s) Hips, Partial Shade
Color White
Specific Color Cream
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1964
Approximate Size 2' - 3' x 6'

Seafoam

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Customer Reviews

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N.W.
So Romantic

I bought two Seafoam roses because they are shade tolerant and have a lovely cascading effect in a pot. They are more blush in Spring and absolutely lovely! I may "need" one more! Very fast growing and no blackspot/rust/mildew even one just about every other rose has something right now from our wet wet spring.

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KathleenS
Hardy shrub rose in Pacific Northwest but not disease resistant

I garden in Zone 8b in the Pacific Northwest. I bought nine of the Seafoam roses from Heirloom Roses and I planted them in March 2021 in a large sunny bed at church intermixed with red Knock out roses. They grow vigorously in a wide arching symmetrical mound. The blooms are profuse and constant. I have not noticed any scent. I planted this rose based on the recommendation of a fellow rose gardener who has designed a huge rose garden at our church. I wanted something white and vigorous and in the landscape/shrub class. I would rate them a 5 except that I fight with black spot on them. I do not find black spot on the red Knockout roses that are planted with them. We use drip irrigation so there is no water spraying on them in the summer. If I had to do it again I would pick a disease resistant Kordes rose like a Sunbelt Polar Express.

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Arun I.
Beautiful climbing rose

It's a very cute climbing rose bush. I am still trying to learn to train it to grow in an orderly fashion, but so far it has been blooming profusely in bunches starting late spring until fall for Zone 7. The flowers themselves are kind of small, but hopefully as the plant grows bigger, the flowers might get bigger as well.
The positives-
1. It is blooming vigorously and long late spring through fall.
2. It doesn't require a lot of maintenance if it has good soil and mulch.
The not-so-positive:
3. All that said, it doesn't have much of a fragrance if anything at all - It is my fault that I didn't check for this when I bought it - but I am very satisfied nevertheless!

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Michelle
Just Beautiful

I ordered two of these roses about a month ago and they have surpassed my expectations! Creamy white roses - though small - cover both shrubs. They are starting to spread too, and are gorgeous. I'm so glad I ordered through your company and I will continue to do so for years to come!

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KatieRose
Reliable bloomer

I have 3 of these creeper plants in my garden and they can be depended on to bloom repeatedly throughout the early summer to early fall. I like the small glossy foliage as well. I don't see powdery mildew or black spot on these roses. Pretty blooms, not bothered a lot by insects either.

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