White Meidiland®
White Meidiland®
White Meidiland®
White Meidiland®
White Meidiland®
White Meidiland®

White Meidiland®

$50 Regular price
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White Meidiland has large, dark green, glossy foliage that creates a very strong backdrop for her sparkling white, 4” blooms with 35+ petals. Her blossoms softly cascade on a continual blooming, mounding Groundcover Rose. White Meidiland is ideal for covering banks and rocky places.

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Rose Type Landscape
SKU LS811 GALLON
Bloom Type Full
Breeder Code MEIcoublan
Characteristic Container Friendly
Color White
Specific Color White
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1987
Approximate Size 1' - 2' x 4' - 6'

White Meidiland®

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Teresa Doyle
Outstanding!

Since I first planted White Meidiland in 1995 she has been consistently reliable. She has gone through a number of divisions and transplantations without any loss of her robust character. She can stand harsh pruning or be left to grow to a 6’x6’ shrub. No problems with disease or insects. I live in Zone 6b.

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Cindy G.
Doubled in size

I planted this rose on May 19, 2022. Three weeks later it has doubled in size and has 9 buds! I can’t wait to see it grow!

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Christine L.
Long Lasting Blooms

I am blown away by the size and staying power of these blooms! I planted my four bushes in late August and the first flush bloomed about 10 days ago and they are still looking as gorgeous as ever. There are close to 30 buds waiting to burst open for the second flush. Altogether they look incredible! The plants have spread quite a bit and are starting to cover the edge of my large planter as planned. Like another reviewer said, they are exceptionally thorny, but so very lovely. For reference I'm in zone 7, Fredericksburg, VA.

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Christine L.
Hardy Rose

This rose needs almost no care and still thrives like a champ. However, if you have children or animals be aware of how exceptionally thorny this specific rose is.

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Daphne in Tacoma
almost no care and still excellent growth and blooms

I planted my white Meidilands about 18 years ago and they are a joy. The only pruning I have done is on the sunny sidewalk side so I can still walk by, and on the shady underside where they tend to get bare as they hang over a rock wall. They have grown to about 5' tall and 3-5' wide, and get covered in blooms. To deadhead, I take a rake and just 'comb' the branches, knocking off the dried blooms. The last few years I've only watered a time or two in the summer (they accidently got planted very deeply), and they don't seem to mind at all.

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