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Celebrating over 50 years of Peter Beales Roses
Celebrating over 50 years of Roses

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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    Danse de Feu (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Modern Climber) Spectacular very bright brick red flowers, globular at first opening loosely formed. Dark green foliage. Best shaded.
  • Danse de Feu (Climbing Rose)

    Danse de Feu
    (Climbing Rose)

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    Parkdirektor Riggers (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Modern Climber) An excellent climber. Large clusters of single, deep red to crimson flowers on a well foliated plant.
  • Parkdirektor Riggers (Climbing Rose)

    Parkdirektor Riggers
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

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    Soldier Boy (Climbing Rose)
    • Repeat Flowering
    (Modern Climber) Single rich scarlet flowers display prominent golden anthers. Foliage profuse, dark, green.
  • Soldier Boy (Climbing Rose)

    Soldier Boy
    (Climbing Rose)

    From: £17.50

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