Fourth Of July™

Type: Climbing Roses

This is one of the most eye-catching and beautiful of all the striped roses. Large semi-double 4" blooms (petals10-12) of velvety, scarlet-red striped with white. The long lasting blooms are produced in large sprays and are blessed with a spicy/sweet apple fragrance. The vigorous disease-resistant continually blooming plant is clothed with sparkling, deep-green foliage that sets off to perfection the superb blooms. This climber may also be grown as a free standing shrub rose in cooler climates. All of these attributes add up to make "Fourth of July" an outstanding rose.

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$38.00
(Gallon Pot)

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Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU LC108
Alternate Name(s) Crazy For You, Hanabi
Specifc ARS Score 8.2
Bloom Type Flat, Semi-Double
Breeder Code WEKroalt
Characteristics Fragrance, Hips, Single, Striped
Specific Color Red/white
Country of Origin USA
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone(s) 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Patent # 11518
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Shade Tolerant No
Approximate Size 8' -10' X 6'
Year 1999

Reviews

Customer Reviews (4)

Great in 6B/BostonReview by ignote
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I moved into a rental in Boston to find a back patio filled with trash. When I started working the soil I found all variety of horrors under the dirt: wires, nails, cans, chunks of concrete and all sorts of trash. I did very little to amend the soil, besides adding a decent layer of garden soil and mulch. The teeny little stick I planted in 2016 is now full size (as tall as my chain link fence) and going strong! I was and continue to be astounded; I fully expected just about nothing to grow back there. It's also only partially sunny, due to the tall condos and close neighbors in Boston. Even so, it's covered in buds and blooms.

If you have a tough spot you're not sure about, I highly recommend this climber. You won't be sorry, and your neighbors will definitely ask about it! (Posted on 6/7/2018)
Wow!Review by Patty
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I'm zone 8. Central Texas. Challenging rose growing conditions. This rose never got the memo about that. Blooms from end of March, until a hard freeze. In December, this monster was still blooming away! It blooms constantly -- and seemed to explode when the temps cooled off in September. Attracts bee's in my garden. This is a great rose in a hot climate. Not totally disease resistant, but I don't spray - black spot attacked this autumn, but to be expected with the days much shorter. (Posted on 1/11/2018)
fantasticReview by BJ
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got my first bloom. The plant is beautiful: foliage is plentiful, lush, healthy. First bloom is beautiful, fragrant and buds are setting already! So pleased with this lovely rose. (Posted on 5/4/2015)
WonderfulReview by Queen Wench
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I bought two of these to frame my courtyard arbor last year. Small the plants may have been, when they arrived,, but within a few weeks they had doubled in size and had about fifteen blooms! That was last year...This year they are now two thirds of the way up the arbor and in full bloom. Each rose has a different white and red pattern as if someone had spatter painted them or put stripes on each petal. No bloom is exactly alike! The wonderful splash's of color is just what I was looking for. There is a slight fragrance, but you have to get up close to smell it. I highly recommend this climber. (Posted on 5/21/2014)

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