CLIMBER ROSE LIST 2011|
This beautiful red color rose will re-bloom all season long on both old and new wood.
This magenta red to light pink flower color is suffused with cream white towards the center and outside of the petal.
Beloved old-timer. Large airy clusters of small pointed pastel buds and creamy pink blooms. Mostly a spring bloomer on old wood.
This soft colored pink and yellow striped climber blooms continually throughtout the season exuding a slight scent of green apple.
Heavenly pink, damask-scented blooms blanket the lush green foliage of this hybrid climer.
Large, double flowers open to a true red in cool weather, but can take the heat
as well. Blooms on new and old wood with climbing canes 8-10'. Moderately fruity
fragrance and light green foliage.
Large, old rose blooms open to reveal a large, blushing pink on white flower.
Extremely winter hardy and disease resistant, this rose is sometimes slow to
Flutterbye has large clusters of rich yellow, single petal blooms. Can be
used as a tall arching shrub or fanned out on a trellis as a climber.
Glossy foliage with great disease resistance.
Fourth of July
Fourth of July, the first climber to win the AARS award in 23 years, reaches skyward with a burst of vibrant colors just like the fireworks that inspired the name.
One of the top performers of all time. Great for hedges, in combination plantings with annuals, perennials and shrubs.
This ever so popular climber boasts double flowers of always changing hues of
red, yellow, pink and orange. Unfortunately NOT hardy, it blooms on old and new
wood and has a light tea fragrance.
A good yellow Climber is hard to come by. This fragrant hardy hellow Climber is extraordinary.
A hardy old favorite. Sweet rose fragrance escapes the pink flowers from spring
until summer. 18-20' tall.
Large, dark wine colored petals with bright yellow stamens and a moderate clove
and spice fragrance. This climber has long lived blossoms with clean grey-green
leaves. Climbing canes 10-14'.
Here's a heavenly honey of a hard to come by hue in climbing roses...pure pastel pink. this gorgeous well-formed flowers are saturated with sweet spicy perfume.
Purple Splash - NEW -
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A whole new color in Climbers! These splashy colors of wine purple striped with bright white would look great against a bright green foliage.
The great red climber looks, feels and smells like the rose Eden Climber but it may be more fragrant and maybe a better and earlier bloomer in some climates.
Sky’s the Limit
With its ruffled buttery yellow, medium blooms, this climber is a fast grower.
It will re-bloom the very first season and is very hardy for a yellow rose.
Blooming in clusters and smelling of sweet fruit, this climber is a must have!
Smiley Face - NEW - photo to come
Description to come
My love is like a red, red rose... and there ain't no redder red than this lovely little Climber. Clusters of double blossoms are the same clear velvet red from but finish.
A favorite among rose lovers, this climber/shrub has a
beautiful blended apricot orange color and a strong spice and rose fragrance.
Blooms on new and old wood, is naturally hardy and has highly disease resistant
Loads of bright white ruffled flowers come on this vigorous disease-resistant plant. blooms on new and old wood.
Old-fashioned white flowers cover this very vigorous climber from head to toe in the spring and contrast nicely with its dark foliage.