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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. Captain Christy (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Soft pink with deeper pink centres. The globular flowers are generously produced and fragrant. Learn More
  2. Crimson Glory Climber (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Shapely blooms of deep, velvety red with a strong perfume. Makes a very good, vigorous climber. Learn More
  3. Cupid (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) A superbly formed rose. Large, single, peachy blooms with tawny gold anthers. Worth growing if it only produces one flower per year. Learn More
  4. Ena Harkness Climber (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) An outstanding, velvety-red climbing rose. Highly scented. Very free flowering. its notorious weak neck is less of a disadvantage as a climber. Very vigorous. Learn More
  5. General MacArthur (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Large, loosely formed, scented, deep rosy-red flowers. Very free flowering and vigorous. In good conditions, will grow taller than stated. Learn More
  6. Golden Dawn (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Yellow, shapely, fully double flowers, flushed pink. Very fragrant. One of the best of the climbing sports, with darker foliage. Learn More
  7. Guinée (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) A well loved rose of deep maroon-red carried on a long stem. Highly scented. The shapely bud opens to a flattish, rather muddled flower. Learn More
  8. Josephine Bruce Climber (Climbing Rose)

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    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Shapely, fully double flowers of deep velvety-red. One of the darkest red roses. Growth strong, thorny and vigorous. Learn More
  9. Lady Sylvia Climber (Climbing Rose)

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    Superb blooms of rich pink with a fine perfume. Outstanding. Learn More
  10. Lady Waterlow (Climbing Rose)

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    (Climbing Hybrid Tea) Semi-double, deep pink to salmon with deeper edges. A healthy and robust climber. Good foliage. Learn More
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