Climbing ROSE BUSHES
CITY FLORAL GROWN CLIMBING ROSE BUSHES
Climbing rose bushes 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 overarches. Climbing Roses usually have large flowers, held singly or in small groups. Nearly all varieties have the ability to repeat flower. They are fragrant and healthy and have the natural ability to flower from the top almost to the ground.
KEY FEATURES & CARE
Climbing rose bushes bloom the best in full sun. Choose a location with at least 6 hours of sun per day. Morning sun is more kind to the plant.
Watering these rose bushes one to two inches of water per week is usually sufficient, but this varies by climate and growing conditions. Hot locations and sandy soil like Colorado will need more frequent watering. Make sure to water the ground and not the leaves.
Climbing roses do their best in rich, fertile, loamy soil with good drainage. No matter what soil is in your garden, it can be improved with the addition of organic matter such as compost, mulch, or peat moss. This will improve drainage in heavy clay soils and improve water retention in sandy soils.
Climbing rose bushes are heavy feeders and benefit from regular applications of fertilizer. Choose a balanced fertilizer or one labeled for roses. Iron is essential if the soil’s pH is too high. If the leaves turn yellow with green veins, use an iron supplement.
SHRUB ROSE BUSH VARIETIES
Color: Coral Pink
Fragrance: Strong Spicy
Well-formed large pure coral pink buds and blooms exude a spicy fragrance. Award-winning. Blooms on new and old wood. Proven performer. Late to flower in spring.
Bloom Time: Late Spring to Fall
Plant Height: 10 – 12 feet
Plant Spacing: 6 feet
Color: Pale Pink
Fragrance: Sweet Rose
Hardy and vigorous. Large fragrant pale pink flowers. Glossy dark green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Proven performer. Hardy. Available Budded & Own-root.
Bloom Time: Late Spring to Fall
Plant Height: 10 – 20 feet
Plant Spacing: 8 feet
OTHER ROSE BUSHES
MINIATURE ROSE BUSHES – Miniature roses have been bred to stay under three feet tall while still putting out clusters of colorful blooms. This makes them ideal additions to rock gardens, tight border spots, the edges of rose gardens, and patio container gardens. The short bushes grow dense and bushy, vaunting packed trusses full of petite blooms!
HYBRID TEA ROSES – Hybrid tea flowers are well-formed with large, high-centered buds, supported by long, straight, and upright stems. Each flower can grow to 8–12.5 cm wide. Hybrid teas are a trendy type of rose by choice due to their color and flower form. They were created by crossbreeding two types of roses, initially by hybridizing a hybrid perpetual with tea roses. It is the oldest group classified as a modern garden rose.
FLORIBUNDA ROSES – Grandiflora rose bushes are known for their large showy flowers. They are a combination of graceful blooms of the hybrid teas married with the repetitive growth cycle of floribundas. The shades of colors go from soft pastels to deep purples and are complemented by the hints of the sweetest floral perfumes. These tall and hardy roses develop on long-stemmed clusters for exquisite sophistication in flower border landscaping or hedging. Hardy and disease resistant.
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