Climbing Roses

Climbers come in three sizes:
RAMBLERS (R)

Ramblers are capable of quick strong growth, covering a considerable area in a relatively short period of time. Many ramblers are only flush flowering in Spring and early Summer, with limited flowering in the Autumn; the cooler climate, the more Autumn flower. A most attractive display may be obtained by planting a rambler at the centre of a large circular bed, with shoots set out in a circular fashion by pegging down the canes to the soil. Growth between 4 to 6 metres or above.

CLIMBERS (C)

Climbers are ideally suited to planting against a wall or fence as well as over large arches. Many are climbing sports of well known hybrid or floribuna varieties. They will benefit from tying down canes to encourage lateral growth, resulting in more flower production. Once established, most climbers will flower prolifically throughout the seasons Spring to Autumn. Growth between 2 to 4 metres on average.

PILLARS (P)

Pillar type climbers are less rampant varieties suited to small arches, veranda posts or trailing along chain fences. They will have manageable vigour and will produce a good display of flowers over the entire plant. Growth is usually up to 2.5 metres high.

Climbing Roses
Please note: Some climbing roses below many not be catagorised to a Rambler, Climber or Pillar type growth. These varieties are shrub roses that can be trained as climbers and will generally have the growth habit of a Pillar climber.

Climbers can be used in a multitude of situations, limited only by your imagination. For best results espalier the long canes into a horizontal position to promote lateral growth. Do not prune for the first two seasons and then only to remove dead wood and unproductive growth. Climbers flower best from two year old canes.

It is important to train the long canes in a horizontal position to promote bloom production. Allow time for the plants to establish themselves - flowers generally come off two year old wood. Do not prune until the third or fourth season and try to leave the long canes.

Plant approximately 2 to 5m apart depending on the growth habit.
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Kiss Me Kate - Climbing (C) NEW

Kiss Me Kate - Climbing (C)

(Kornagelio) - A classic combination of a fully petalled blooms with a strong lemon / green apple fr..

$21.50

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Sweet Laguna - Climbing (C) NEW

Sweet Laguna - Climbing (C)

(Korswelug) - A wonderful sport of the beautiful Laguna with all the good characteristics like delic..

$21.50

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A Shropshire Lad

(Ausled) - A Large, strong-growing shrub for a position further back in the garden that can be train..

$21.75

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Albertine

(Hybrid Wichurana 1921) - A large flowered rambling climber, bearing masses of salmon pink to aprico..

$17.95

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Aloha - Climbing (C)

(KORwesrug) - Deep orange-red buds open to very double blooms of apricot, combined with shades of pi..

$21.50

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Altissimo - Climbing (C) Sold Out for 2019

Altissimo - Climbing (C)

An outstanding showy climber with large single bright red blooms. Growth to 4 metres. Repeat floweri..

$16.50

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Amadeus - Climbing (C)

This moderate climber captivates with its double, shining red flowers, produced in clusters of 5-7 r..

$21.50

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Black Boy - Climbing (C)

(Alister Clark pre 1918) - Large flowered semi-double blooms of dark crimson. Flowers are produced f..

$17.95

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Blossomtime - Climbing (P)

Clusters of shapely flowers in two shades of pink. A moderate pillar-type climber to about 2.5m whic..

$16.50

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Blue Moon - Climbing (C)

Climbing sport of the well known hybrid tea bush variety. Well formed medium-sized mauve flowers. Re..

$16.50

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Blushing Pierre De Ronsard - Climbing (P)

(MEIviowit) - A sport of the ever popular Pierre de Ronsard. Beautiful old fashioned creamy white fl..

$21.50

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Buff Beauty

(Hybrid Musk 1939) - Lovely large, fully double apricot blooms fade to white on a beautiful Hybrid M..

$17.95

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Cecile Brunner - Climbing (C) Sold Out for 2019

Cecile Brunner - Climbing (C)

Vigorous climbing sport of the bush variety. Small perfect double pink blooms, flowering mainly in s..

$16.50

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Cinderella - Climbing (C)

(KORfobalt) - This superb climbing rose will enchant with its very healthy foliage and nostalgic sha..

$21.50

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Claire Austin

(Ausprior) - Cupped buds of pale lemon, gradually open to form large, creamy white flowers of a typi..

$21.75

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Crepuscule

(Noiset 1904) - Informal apricot to yellow blooms. The virtually thornless plant can be allowed to g..

$17.95

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Crown Princess Margareta

(Auswinter) - A tall, slightly arching shrub. Large, neatly formed rosette shaped flowers of apricot..

$21.75

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Dublin Bay - Climbing (C)

A shrubby type climber with medium sized blood red flowers, usually in clusters. Repeat flowering. F..

$16.50

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Falstaff

(Ausverse) - Large, cupped flowers of rich, dark crimson turn a pleasing shade of rich purple as the..

$21.75

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Florentina - Climbing (C)

(Kortrameilo) - This moderate sized climber produces large clusters of clear red blooms that have a ..

$21.50

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