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Pierre de Ronsard
The best climbing rose to cover any thing it is a superb pillar climber. Lightly fragrant blooms with soft white outer petals and pink centres, old world shaped flowers. Easy to train over a pillar or arch. Height 3 metres.
Bred by Meilland, France
Is the best climbing yellow rose, great disease resistance even in humid climates. Produces masses of yellow flowers which hold their yellow color even with ageing. Gold Bunny produces large arching growth making it ideal to train over an arch way or along a fence.
Sport of Gold Bunny, Meilland France 1991
Medium sized, semi-double, loose blooms of cerise-pink. Sweet fragrance. Easy to train over a pillar or arch. Can be pruned to produce an open shrub or hedge. Relatively thornless. Height 2.5 metres.
Bred by Cocker, UK, 1984
One of the worlds most poular roses
Dainty, semi-double pure white long lasting blooms borne in clusters. Long lasting, rain resistant flowers. Mild fragrance. Vigorous growing shrub ideal for massed plantings, borders and hedges. One of our favourites.Height 1.2 metres tall by 1 metre wide.
Bred by Kordes, Germany, 1958
Masses of small, delicate semi-double rose pink blooms borne throughout summer and autumn. Mild fragrance. Easy to train over a pillar or arch. Can be pruned to produce a cascading shrub. Relatively thornless. Height 3 metres x 3 metres.
Bred by Dering, USA, 1952
A deep rose-pink flower with a carmine tinge. A mild fragrant, long stemmed rose with deep olive-green foliage. Great repeat bloomer.
Bred by Kordes, Germany, 1966
Intensely red flowers produced singly and in clusters. Oval buds opening to large well-shaped flowers. Mild fragrance. Green, glossy foliage and continuous flowering. Height 3 metres x 2.5 metres.
Bred by McGredy, New Zealand, 1975
Is a excellent climber for walls fences or to be trailed up a pillar or pergola. It has rich and bright scarlet flowers, becoming crimson, which are fairly large with about 7 petals, repeat flowering through out summer and into Autumn.
Altissimo is Italian for 'in the highest' , which aptly describes the growth habit of this climber.
Very hardy free flowering rose producing apricot yellow blooms. Sweet fragrance. Easy to train over a pillar or arch. Can be pruned to produce an open shrub or hedge. Height 4 metres x 2 – 4 metres wide.
Bred by Dubreuil, France, 1904