|Size Category/Growth Habit
|6 feet apart on centers
|Double blossoms. Successive flushes of bloom spring, summer, and fall.
|Full sun. Good air circulation.
|Keep moist until established (usually requires one month to establish). Average water needs during growing season.
|Hardy in zones 4-9
|Parents are ‘White Dawn’ x ‘Pinocchio’ and was developed by breeder E. W. Schwartz. Conrad-Pyle of Star Roses introduced Sea Foam in 1964. It is grown in the White House rose garden.
This is a rambling rose that can be used as a short climber. The creamy white blossoms glow in the nighttime garden. For something dramatic, try Sea Foam trained as a standard.
Ideal for use on pillars and trellises, or to drape along the top rail of a rustic fence. Of course, Sea Foam can also be trained as a weeping standard. This form can be very dramatic in the landscape.