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Rose Climbing Collection (Climbing)

Rosa

Hardy Shrub

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A glorious selection of climbing roses that will fill your garden with scent and colour throughout the summer. Perfect for training onto walls and pergolas. Bare root plants supplied. Height: 3m (10') Spread 2m (6').

  • Collection comprises:
  • Rosa 'Paul's Scarlet' - Large clusters of double blooms, in a bold shade of scarlet, that don't fade in the sun.
  • Rosa 'Golden Showers' - A fragrant, repeat flowering rose that is easily contained to smaller vertical spaces.
  • Rosa 'Masquerade' - Incredible double flowers that open yellow and gradually turn to pink before maturing to a gorgeous shade of red.

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How to plant and grow roses


Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Click here for more details about edible flowers.

Ideal For:
cut flower garden, walls and fences
Flowering Period:
June, July, August, September
Position:
full sun
    • 6 bareroot plants - 2 ofeach variety

    • SAVE £11.99  
    • Despatch: By end of February 2015
    • £23.98
Plant bareroot roses at the earliest opportunity following delivery. If planting is not possible then 'heel them in' by covering the roots with soil until conditions allow them to be planted in their permanent positions. When growing roses, choose a position in fertile well drained soil in full sun. Roses are greedy plants so add a small handful of granular fertiliser and mix some well rotted manure or compost to the soil. Dig a hole of sufficient width and depth to comfortably accommodate the bareroot plant. Position the plant in the hole so that the base of the stems sits just below soil level. Backfill the soil around the roots of the plant, firm in, and water well. Stems of climbing roses will require training against a suitable support such as a pergola, fence or wall.
Feed and water roses regularly. Deadhead faded flowers. In autumn apply a mulch of well rotted manure or compost to the base of the plant. In late summer begin pruning roses by removing dead and diseased wood, and any rubbing or damaged branches. For the first two years the remaining stems should simply be trained horizontally on wires. From the third year, the main stems can be reduced to maintain the plant within the available growing space. Side shoots should be reduced to 3 buds.
We will do our best to ship your plants or bulbs to you at the ideal time for planting as stated against each product. We recommend that you prepare your soil, planting beds or patio containers ahead of time so you are ready to plant out, or pot on, just as soon as your order arrives. You will find the name of the variety printed on the top line of the address label on your package. Please ensure that you open the packaging immediately and carefully read through the instruction leaflet provided. For greatest success, please pot on or plant out as soon as possible, following the cultural instructions enclosed with your order.
Reviews
  1. GReat plants

    By Sharon Thompson 30-06-2012

    The roses have grown well and I am looking forward to flowers next year. Bought one last year and it has flourished....no flowers yet but patience is required. Good product and worth the money.

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