Rosa ‘Alba Meidiland’ was introduced in 1986, and quickly became the preferred white groundcover rose. Its clusters of showy double flowers (2” – 4”), bloom all summer into the fall. A hardy, very vigorous mounding rose it grows in full sun or part shade. It is sturdy, black spot resistant, and attracts bees to the garden. Alba Meidiland’s only downside is that the blooms are not fragrant.
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