Drift Roses are great for mass planting in groups of random colors. I usually plant at least five of these in groups with at least three colors per group. Drift Roses bloom best the following year if they are trimmed by half during each winter. Other than that, they are very low maintenance.
Since lower spreading plants like the Drift® Rose tend to work better accompanying other larger plants, it is better to plant these in front of taller plants especially since they have a good spread to cover up unsightly empty spots and they add a great color to the landscape. Drift® Roses are great to use on sunny slopes since most slope plants do not look as good as a Drift® Rose.