Although ‘White Meidiland’ is often used as a ground cover, I have trained the gracefully arching stems to grow on a rustic teepee marking the entrance to my potting shed. Cascades of white blooms are produced in late spring, reminding me of the old fashioned Bridal Wreath spirea. Over the course of the summer this rose will produce a smattering of flowers, saving her energy for a second dramatic display in the fall. Planted in my shade garden, ‘White Meidiland’ is a strong bloomer even without the prerequisite 6 hours of direct sunlight.