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Climbers

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Climbing Hybrid Tea




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Large-Flowered Climbers




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Climbing Roses

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Climbers

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Hybrid Musk

Hybrid Musks are an exceptional group of roses, worthy of a place in any garden. They are all cluster flowered, rapid repeat bloomers and very fragrant. Being fairly modern varieties there is an extensive choice of colours and bloom shape. Some varieties produce large single petal blooms, others fully double blooms, and others trusses of small single petal blooms resembling a hydrangea. The growth habit is usually a mounding bushy form but some are upright and can be used as climbers. They're disease resistant, and will tolerate partial shade.

Noisette

Closely related to Chinas, noisettes are vigorous growing varieties, the majority of which are best used as climbers. They produce mid-sized very fragrant double to very double varieties and are all repeat blooming. Our climate can be rough on these; they have a tendency to keep growing late in the season, which renders them more vulnerable to winter damage. In our climate they should be planted in a warm, sheltered spot and protected for the winter.

Ramblers

Ramblers are, for the most part, once flowering climbers, although there are some varieties that repeat bloom. Common characteristics among all ramblers are the vigorous growing pliable canes, and abundance of bloom in season. They are mostly fragrant and blooms can be small single petalled in trusses to medium-sized double blooms in clusters.


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Climbers

Modern climbers differ from their old-fashioned rambler cousins in that they are usually repeat flowering and produce fewer and thicker, more sturdy canes. Most varieties produce double or very double blooms in clusters although some produce single petalled blooms. Fragrance, bloom shape and frequency, vigour, disease resistance and hardiness are unique to each variety.

Pillars

Pillar roses are a type of climber that is limited in growth and vigour (short & dense) and suited to be grown on a post or small structure. Most climbing roses can be grown as a pillar.


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Bourbon

Most varieties require only light pruning. After the first flush of blooms prune the plant to maintain or improve the shape. For climbing varieties see suggestions for climbers & ramblers.

Climbers

Climbers should not be pruned in their first or second year in the garden aside from removal of dead, damaged, diseased, broken, weak, or spindly growth. You must begin training the 3 main canes as soon as they reach up to the support structure. Once the growth has reached the structure train the branches horizontally to encourage the growth of bloom producing side shoots. After the second season one should remove canes that are crossing other main canes and downward growing side shoots. It is also advisable to cut back the length of main canes by about Ľ to encourage new flower producing growth. As the rose grows and gets taller it may become difficult to prune so thoroughly. However, if you can find a way to do it your efforts will be rewarded. Care must be taken when pruning Climbing sports of bush varieties so as not to cause the variety to revert back to bush form.

Ramblers

Ramblers are more vigorous growing than climbers and therefore require a different approach. Prune non-recurrent ramblers in summer after they have bloomed. For the first couple of seasons prune all side shoots from the main branches to encourage vigour. These canes should be trained horizontally (as with climbers) to encourage bloom producing side shoots. After the first couple years and the plant is established remove some of the old growth leaving the most vigorous canes. Train some of the new, fresh growth to fill in the gaps left by removal of the old wood. As ramblers produce an abundance of new shoots from the union it is suggested that one remove the majority of those as they are produced to ensure that the nutrients go to producing growth and bloom where it is most desired.


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