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Climbing Roses

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.
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Mme Gregoire Staechelin Climbing Roses

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  1. Allen Chandler (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

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    (Modern Climber) A sturdy, healthy rose of large, semi-double, brilliant red flowers, displaying large golden stamens to advantage. A good repeat flowering variety. Learn More
  2. Altissimo (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) Trusses of large, blood red, single flowers. Strong growth. Plentiful dark foliage. Hips in autumn. Learn More
  3. Antique (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) Large, very full flowers in the old fashioned style, creamy rose pink with darker tinted edges. Lush green foliage. Vigorous. Learn More
  4. Ards Rover (Climbing Rose)

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    (Climbing Hybrid Perpetual) Shapely, double, dark crimson flowers opening blousily, with a strong scent. Foliage quite lush and dark green, in good seasons recurrent. Learn More
  5. Ashwednesday (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) Trusses of ashen white to lilac double flowers on a vigorous, well foliated plant. Learn More
  6. Attleborough (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) healthy and robust climbing rose with flowers of clear bright red with occasional white tints, repeating well into the autumn. Learn More
  7. Bantry Bay (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) A good rose with strong, healthy growth and leathery, mid-green foliage. Flowers large, shapely, semi-double to double, bright pink. Learn More
  8. Blairii No. 2 (Climbing Rose)

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    (Bourbon Climber) A favourite of mine. Large, flattish blooms of pale pink. With deeper centres. Fragrant. Very double and free flowering. Learn More
  9. Bright Ideas (Climbing Rose)

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    (Modern Climber) Fully double, striped blooms of cerise pink and cream in clusters. Glossy foliage. Learn More
  10. City of York (Climbing Rose)

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    (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
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