CL Crimson Glory

Type: Climbing Roses

A classic, very old repeat blooming outstandingly fragrant climber of which there are very few. Large fully double dark crimson red flowers with a rich heady old damask perfume. Winner of the American Rose Society's Fragrance Award since 1935, only 10 such awards have been given. A strong growing climber with dark leathery foliage like the bush form.

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(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

SKU LC483
Alternate Name(s) No
Specifc ARS Score 7.8
Bloom Type Fully Double
Breeder Code No
Characteristics Fragrance
Specific Color Dark red
Country of Origin USA
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # No
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 10-12' x 7'
Year 1946

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Customer Reviews (3)

Great rose. Review by 18carot
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Beautiful and winter resistant in area 6 (PA). At house for over 40 yeears and still going strong. New owners cut it almost to the ground. Will keep a check on plant - maybe they will let me transplant? If so - hope it will do as good in my garden. Great fragrance& I can't find anywhere to buy a plant. (Posted on 7/6/2017)
Great RoseReview by 18carrot
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My mom had a cl crimson glory for years & years. Tried to find one but never could. Had a great fragrance. Will get one of my own when back in stock. Hardy in Pennsylvania. Was a gorgeous plant with few problems. (Posted on 12/4/2016)
Amazing fragrant and large red rose! Review by Tom F.
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I've had a climbing crimson glory for over 25 years, and it has been on it's own roots for 15 or more of those years. It's being grown with most of the canes stretched out on a low fence to encourage blooms. As a result, the production of flowers is amazing! Most of the new canes grow to 8 ft. or more in one season, and the many canes are productive for at least three years. We're in a little band of Zone 7 in the foothills of the Coast Range., and last years winter (2013/14), which some Zone 8 Portland area rosarians are saying cost them some rose bushes, did not faze this specimen! Some blackspot, and lots of prickles! (Posted on 4/19/2014)

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