Hot and Dry Climates

Hot and Dry Climates
Roses with thick leaves and petals tend to perform well in hot, dry conditions.
Please note that all roses need adaquate water during their first few years before they become drought tolerant, and even the following roses will struggle if temperatures reach too high. Water is the key to give your roses the best start in hot, dry climates. Read our watering guide for more information. You can also read our tips for suviving extreme heat, click here.
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Tequila Sunrise - 90cm Standard

(Dicobey) - A many petalled rose with blooms of yellow heavily flushed red. A very showy and bright ..


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Wedding Day - Climber (R)

(1950) - Huge clusters of apricot buds opening to single creamy-yellow flowers which quickly fade to..


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