Roses have long been adored by gardeners from all over the world..
There are few gardening elements
that bring the breathtaking beauty of a climbing rose sprawling
over a fence, wall or climbing a trellis. All gardeners should strive
to work these wonderful plants into the landscape. Climbing rose
plants bring the flowers up to eye level where they demand the attention
of anyone who may happen into the garden.
Plants are not true vines and will not cling or wrap around objects
on their own. You will need to train the canes around the structure
you want them to climb and make an effort to tie the plants to the
structure. As landscape plants climbing roses can turn a boring
fence or wall into one of the most colorful spots of the garden.
Zones: 5-10 Propagation: Propagation is prohibited on
Patented Plants Problems: black spot can be a problem Notes: Climbing roses are pretty easy to grow but
do require some attention from the gardener. The most important
chores include pruning and training the canes.
Size shipped: Ready
to plant 2 gallon pot.
Ehowgarden has a great instructional video on how to prune climbing