Climbing roses are ideal for growing against a wall of a house and often produce large shapely flowers. Unlike many ramblers, most climbers will also repeat flower, providing colour throughout the summer months. Smaller climbers can also be grown in pots making them great for patios and smaller gardens. We recommend planting Clematis alongside Climbing Roses to extend the flowering period. Also, by choosing colours that complement each other an otherwise dull and lifeless area can be transformed into an eye-catching focal point.
(Modern Climber) An unusual but beautiful climbing rose with good foliage and strong vigorous growth. The flowers are very double and a mixture of yellow and yolky-orange, paling with age, with a strong scent and long season. Learn More
(Modern Climber) Flowering throughout the summer, the blooms are creamy-white with highlights of soft primrose yellow, the petals massed in the old fashioned style with a strong fragrance reminiscent of citrus.
(Climbing Tea) 'Magnolia Rose' Very large flowers of creamy-white with an occasional pink blush. Requires sheltered, sunny position or growing under glass, where its refinement can be fully appreciated. Learn More
(Noisette) This beautiful rose will thrive if grown in a very sheltered, warm position in the South but will need cold-house protection in the North. Fragrant, shapely, pure white blooms on long stems. For best results, extra care and feeding is required. Learn More