Choosing Climbing Roses
`Paul's Scarlet Climber' is a classic favorite in deep red. `New Dawn' features large, pink flowers. `Royal Sunset' has large orange-pink blossoms. `Golden Showers' has yellow blossoms. Few true ramblers remain except in areas where they thrive -- Nantucket, Cape Cod and the Oregon and Washington coasts. These areas usually feature at least 2 or 3 naturalized rambling roses. `American Pillar' is the rambler often found in old gardens. `Chevy Chase', `Dorothy Perkins', `Thousand Beauties' and Crimson Rambler' are other well known rambling roses.
There are many, many wonderful climbing rose varieties available commercially. The best way to choose is to look for the metal tag on the bush that has "AARS" on it. This indicates that this variety meets certain stringent criteria established by All-America Rose Selections, an organization which runs test gardens all over the country to determine the quality of various roses,
Cecile Brunner Climbing Rose One Gallon Vine
- Shipped as a triple staked potted one gallon plant.
- This is a climbing version of the old polyantha rose that has been around since the 1800's.
- It still produces pretty, pastel pink, thimble sized buds opening to 1 to 1.5 inch perfectly formed flowers.
- Takes full hot sun and is fairly cold tolerant, sprawling to about 8 to 10 feet.
- Great for fence, trellis, or arbor use. Very spectacular when in full bloom. Hardy to USDA zone 4.
This is a climbing version of the old polyantha rose that has been around since the 1800's. It still produces pretty, pastel pink, thimble sized buds opening to 1 to 1.5 inch perfectly formed flowers. Takes full hot sun and is fairly cold tolerant, sprawling to about 8 to 10 feet. Great for fence, trellis, or arbor use. Very spectacular when in full bloom. Shipped as a potted one gallon plant to ensure the best possible start when planted in yard or garden. Hardy to USDA zone 4.
Heirloom Own Root Found Rose 'Prom Queen' Climber
- Tough Hardy Found Rose
- Not Grafted Grown on Own Roots
- Boughs of Creamy White w/ Pink Tinged Buds
- Large Vigorous Grower
- Easy to Grow
Unknown Found Cultivar. Hardy Vigorous White Climber with Boughs of Creamy White Flowers. Perpetual Bloomer. Hardiness North of Zone 7 is unknown. We picked the name 'Prom Queen' because the flowers are reminiscent of Prom corsages.