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.
(Wichurana Rambler) This exquisite rambler forms clusters of semi-double, creamy-white flowers with lemon centres, which are produced very freely, giving a superb overall effect throughout the summer. Learn More
Clusters of tiny pink-white, double flowers. Profuse flowering for a long season. Vigorous. Almost thornless. Semi-glossy bright green healthy foliage. Produces small, round orange-red hips. Introduced by Lens Roses. Learn More
(Modern Classic Climber) Large, very fragrant, almost fully double blooms of rich deep pink, bordering on carmine, borne in clusters. Continuous flowering but if not deadheaded, will produce huge, rich orange-red hips. Learn More
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