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Climbing Roses

Climbing Roses

Climbing Roses are an excellent way of bringing height and a feeling of abundance to the garden. They are best and most frequently used on house walls but are also perfect for growing on pillars, obelisks, walls, trellises and over arches. Climbing Roses usually have large flowers, held singly or in small groups. Nearly all varieties have the ability to repeat flower. There are numerous classes of climbing roses. Our collection includes English Climbing Roses, Noisette Roses, Climbing Tea Roses, Climbing Hybrid Tea Roses and Climbing Bourbons. David Austin’s English Climbing Roses are wonderful climbers – in fact, we regard them as being amongst the best of all climbers. They are fragrant and healthy, and have the natural ability to flower from the top almost to the ground.

   

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  1. The Generous Gardener

    The Generous Gardener

    English Climbing Rose
    Bears beautifully formed flowers, which nod gracefully on the stem. When the petals open they expose numerous stamens, providing an almost water lily-like effect. The flowers are a pale glowing pink and have a delicious fragrance with aspects of Old Rose, musk and myrrh. Named for the National Gardens Scheme. DavidᅠAustin, 2002.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Iceberg

    Iceberg

    Climbing Rose
    Very floriferous throughout the season, it produces large clusters of medium-sized, lightly double, white flowers, sometimes tinged with pink. Glossy leaves are held on smooth, easy to train stems. A quick growing variety; the growth is both vigorous and bushy. Cant, 1968.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Mme. Alfred Carrière

    Climbing Rose
    It bears large, cupped, rather informal, creamy white blooms tinged with pink, which have a strong, sweet fruity fragrance. First flowering in June/July, it repeats until late in the season. The growth is strong, bushy and upright with plentiful foliage. Although rather stiff, training the stems will create a graceful effect. Schwartz, 1879.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. Cécile Brunner

    Cécile Brunner

    Climbing Rose
    A very tall, vigorous sport of the much-loved bush rose. Its exquisitely formed, thimble-sized Hybrid Tea buds are pale pink and sweetly fragrant. They are held singly on thin, wiry stems, although later in the season it produces open sprays of blooms. The foliage is small but particularly luxuriant and it has relatively few thorns. Hosp, 1894.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  1. Maigold

    Maigold

    Climbing Rose
    Short, reddish buds open to large, semidouble, yellow-orange flowers with golden stamens and a rich musk fragrance. It produces one good crop of blooms early in the season, followed by occasional flowers later on. The strong stems are very thorny and covered in plentiful, glossy foliage. Kordes, 1953.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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  2. New Dawn

    New Dawn

    Climbing Rose
    This is the forerunner of the modern perpetual flowering climbers. It produces clusters of sweetly fragrant, medium-sized, silvery soft pink flowers, which deepen in colour towards the centre. There is plentiful glossy foliage. This is the forerunner of the modern perpetual flowering climbers. Dreer, 1930.
    £18.50 - £25.50
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