Climbing Rose Collection
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- Nothing beats the sight and scent of traditional English climbing roses
- Producing a fabulous fragrance wafting on the breeze, especially on warm days.
- Climbing up to 4.5m they're ideal up trellises, arches, walls or fences
- These bare root roses will produce their first displays this summer.
- Varieties Included: Dublin Bay, Golden Showers and Zepherine Drouhin.
Nothing beats the sight and scent of traditional English climbing roses draping from an archway or pergola, churning out flowers for 4 months through the summer, and producing a fabulous fragrance to waft through your garden on the breeze, especially on warm days. Climbing up to 4.5m, these roses are perfect for growing up trellises, arches, walls or fences. What's more, these beautiful roses will produce their first displays this summer to fill your garden with colour and fragrance. Easy to grow and maintain, you will get one each of Dublin Bay - a sumptuous red double, very-free flowering and quite thorn free (to 2.5m)Golden Showers - bright sunshine yellow (to 4.5m)Zepherine Drouhin - vibrant pink (to 4.5m)
- Add mycorrhizal fungi to the roots when planting to help the plant establish quicker.
Planting Advice for your Climbing Rose Collection:
- Roses can be planted at any time of the year, as long as the soil is not frozen, waterlogged or drought-dry.
- Plant your rose where it can get plenty of sun for at least half of the day, and where it will be sheltered from the wind.
- Roses tolerate wide range of soils but thrive in deep, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil, so add plenty of well-rotted manure into the hole if necessary and plant so that the graft union (the swollen area when the stems meet the roots) is around 3cm below soil level.
- Water well every other day - daily if the weather is hot and dry.
Rose Aftercare Advice:
- Established roses can be watered around once a week through spring and summer - more if the weather is hot.
- For best results, feed roses in in late-March/April and again late July.
How to Prune Roses:
- To prune, just remove any dead, dying, damaged and diseased stems and also deadhead regularly.
- Height can be restricted by cutting back any branches or shoots that are over-long.
- Traditionally, you would cut just above a leaf joint with a sloping cut away from the bud, however, this isn't necessary, and don’t worry about pruning too much - roses are very resilient and will grow back.
- When pruning, make sure that your secateurs are clean and sharp to prevent squashing stems and introducing disease.
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