Floribunda (Olsen, 2009).
Prairie Snowdrift is a white sport of Morden Blush introduced by Paul G Olsen in 2009. The rose shares many characteristics of Morden Blush including dark green foliage and cup shaped white blossoms through out the summer. Classified as a floribunda, Prairie Snowdrift is quite versatile in the garden and can even be planted in a hedge. It is also somewhat unique as most zone 3-4 hardy roses tend toward pink and red. Prairie Snowdrift will grow to 4 feet tall by 3 feet wide.