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Rambling Roses

Rambling roses are perfect for growing over arches and trellis’, due to their flexible branches which are easy to bend and tie in. Many rambling roses only flower once during early to mid-summer, but usually flower prolifically, producing clusters of flowers. The blooms of ramblers tend to be smaller than those of climbing roses, but are produced in such abundance that once established the result is often breath-taking. Many ramblers also go on to produce attractive hips in the autumn. Scrambling roses, or scramblers, are similar to rambling roses, but generally even more vigorous making them great for growing up into trees or planted to cover large areas.
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Rambling Roses

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  1. Astra Desmond (Rambling Rose)

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    (Multiflora Rambler) ‘White Flight’. A vigorous, well foliated climber. Large clusters of double greenish-white flowers produced in great profusion. Learn More
  2. Chevy Chase (Rambling Rose)

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    (Multiflora Rambler) A spectacular rose which has large clusters of small, very double blooms of rich deep crimson, produced in great profusion. Abundant light green foliage on a dense growing, vigorous plant. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Excelsa (Rambling Rose)

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    (Wichurana Rambler) Large trusses of small, light cerise crimson flowers on spindly but strong shoots. Very vigorous. A long flowering season, then occasional repeats, until winter. Learn More
  5. Félicité Perpétue (Rambling Rose)

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    (Sempervirens Rambler) A vigorous rambler bearing large clusters of creamy-white blooms which are pompom in form and scented. A useful evergreen rambler flowering early to mid-July. Learn More
  6. François Juranville (Rambling Rose)

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    (Wichurana Rambler) An unusual tangle of petals create a nondescript individual pink bloom but when in full flush this rose is spectacular and, in my opinion, far superior to the more common ‘Albertine’ with which it is sometimes confused. Learn More
  7. Paul's Himalayan Musk (Rambling Rose)

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    (Moschata) A very rampant climber. Sea-green leaves. Clusters of many small soft pink flowers. Fragrant. Learn More
  8. Rambling Rector (Rambling Rose)

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    (Moschata) 'Shakespeare's Musk'. A rampant rambler renowned for its vigour, being smothered in huge clusters of semi-double white flowers in July. Fragrant. Learn More
  9. Sir Cedric Morris (Rambling Rose)

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    (Rosa glauca seedling) Each flower is white and has a thin, papery texture, produced in huge clusters in mid-to-late June, they are fragrant and followed by small, rounded orange hips. Learn More
  10. Super Excelsa (Rambling Rose)

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    (Wichurana Rambler)) This is a more repeat flowering form of Excelsa, if not as vigorous. Clusters of cascading semi-double, crimson flowers, with more reflexed petals than Excelsa Learn More
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