Climbing Roses

The individual blooms on climbing roses can be of a finer quality and larger than those of the bush form.

Climbing roses whose names are not prefaced with ‘Climbing’ or 'Cl' are bred by crossing two roses. They generally have a heavy spring crop followed by a better repeat bloom and usually a good fall crop of blooms with a few exceptions.

A few seedling Climbing roses bloom only once and are so noted. Some climbers will not bloom the first year as they need time to establish and develop height. Climbers bloom on old wood so many times, they will not bloom until the second year and beyond. Climbing roses are a diverse group with many different heritages, which makes this a wonderfully useful collection of roses. Large flowered climbing roses differ from Ramblers in that they have fewer, yet larger blooms (4-6 inches in size) and are not quite as vigorous. Being so diverse, they vary in winter hardiness, generally climbing roses are hardy zones 5 or 6 through 10 except as unless noted.

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  • New Dawn

    28 Review(s)
    The yardstick against which all repeat flowering climbers are judged. In 1997 'New Dawn' was voted the most popular rose in the world at the 11th World Convention of Rose Societies. Silvery, blush-pink, 3" double flowers (petals 15)with nice form produced in profusion on a great repeat blooming plant. May be grown as a shrub, a climber or great for growing into trees. Learn More
  • Eden™

    33 Review(s)
    Large, old fashioned, fully double 4 1/2", cupped blooms (petals 100). The blooms are an unusual blend of pastel pinks, creams and yellows. Vigorous bushy, well-foliaged, disease-resistant plant. A versatile repeat blooming climber ideal for many uses in the small or large garden for training on fences, trellises, walls and gazebos. Hardier than most climbers and of restrained growth. One of the finest climbers to come along in years. Learn More
  • Zephirine Drouhin

    39 Review(s)
    A climbing Bourbon that may be the most consistently blooming, large flowered climbing rose, with the added benefit that it is thorn-less. The 4" blooms (petals 16) are deep rose-pink, fragrant, and produced in great quantities on a continual blooming bush. Learn More
  • Joseph's Coat

    19 Review(s)
    A versatile rose of striking color, Joseph's Coat may be grown as a large climber, or as a shrub. Large trusses of medium sized, semi-double, 4" blooms (petals 12+) of cherry-red, deep gold, and orange. This hardy, strong growing rose displays a showy color combination that will catch your eye the minute you enter your garden. An upright, continually blooming plant with dark-green, glossy foliage. Brighten up your garden with the many colors of Joseph's Coat. Learn More
  • CL Iceberg

    14 Review(s)
    The continual blooming sport of the outstanding Floribunda, `Iceberg'. In the spring it is covered with clouds of pure white 3", semi-double blooms exuding a honey fragrance. 20-25 petals. Learn More
  • Don Juan

    21 Review(s)
    Produces scores of wonderful large, rich, dark velvety-red, double, cupped 4" blooms with a wonderful tea/fruity fragrance. 40+ petals. One of the finest of the red climbers. Dark green, glossy, leathery foliage. Striking planted against a white fence. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • CL Gold Badge

    7 Review(s)
    A repeat blooming climbing floribunda. This is one of the finest yellow climbers being a sport of the excellent floribunda 'Gold Badge'. It covers itself with a profusion of double 4", bright golden-yellow blooms having a sweet/honey fragrance that open to show their deep-golden stamens. 30+ petals. The blooms have decorative scalloped edges, shown to great advantage against the pale-green foliage. The most profuse blooming of all yellow climbers. Makes a good cut flower. Learn More
  • James Galway™®

    10 Review(s)
    David Austin describes it like this "A superb large shrub with long, slightly arching, almost thorn-less growth". This is a tough disease-free rose that is excellent for the back of a mixed border can also be grown as a climber. The flowers are 4" and full with over a 100 petals, with many shading to pale pink at the edges. There is a delicious Old Rose fragrance. Continual Blooming Learn More
  • Quicksilver™

    3 Review(s)
    A lavender climber no garden should be without! Very double, romantic lavender flowers embrace dark-green healthy, and disease resitant foliage. Cupped blooms offer a moderate sweet rose fragrance that will perfume the breeze. Matures at about 7'x4'. This wonderful climber works well on smaller arbors, pillars, trellises, and fences. You'll love this rose! Learn More
  • Florentina™

    2 Review(s)
    Florentina™ Arborose® Very robust and winter-hardy climber with nostalgic red flowers that bloom throughout the season. This very floriferous variety can easily be grown in containers. Learn More

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