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James H. Schutte

(Climbing Rose, Golden Showers Climbing Rose)

A free-flowering climbing rose, ‘Golden Showers’ blooms from late spring to the first frost of autumn. The flowers are large, open, fragrant, and double (extra petals). They open golden yellow and fade to white, giving the plant a parti-colored look, warm and cool at the same time. The slightly lax stems rise from head-high to just out of reach when supported and bear flowers almost from bottom to top. The stems must be tied to a trellis or arbor as they lengthen or they will eventually bend upside...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Climbing Rose)

Famous for its vigor and abundant red flowers, this was the main climbing rose favored for training onto white pickets in the early 20th century. It is derived from the older ‘Paul’s Scarlet’ but has increased disease resistance and vigor. It produces long arching canes twining case that are easily trained. When the central canes are trained to grow horizontally, smaller lateral stems arise to form bud and bloom.

This rose is typically trained along a vertical surface. Its sparse foliage is...

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The Conard-Pyle Co./Star® Roses

(Altissimo Climbing Rose, Climbing Rose)

What a lovely old-fashioned red climber. Altissimo was bred in France by Delbard-Chabert and first introduced in 1966. It has an upright, vining habit and stems lined with sharp woody thorns. Its compound leaves are leathery, dark green and have serrated edges. From late spring to frost, it offers lots of single blooms of deep red with yellow stamens in the center. Most roses bloom with greater vigor if the spent flowers are removed.

Roses prefer full to partial sun, moderate temperatures and...

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James H. Schutte

(Climbing Rose, Don Juan Climbing Rose)

This classic red climbing rose was introduced in 1948 and is still popular today. The bright red, velvety flowers of ‘Don Juan’ are fully double, cupped and highly fragrant. It has a vining habit and long, rambling stems lined with sharp woody thorns.

The compound leaves of this rose are leathery and dark green. From late spring to frost, it offers lots of long-lasting blooms of deep red with as many as 35 petals. These have a pleasing strong citrusy scent. Most modern roses bloom with greater...

(Blaze Improved Climbing Rose, Climbing Rose)

This is a classic red climbing rose. First introduced in 1935, Blaze Improved is still popular in commerce. Its bright red flowers are semi-double and lightly fragrant. It has an upright, vining habit and long, rambling stems lined with sharp woody thorns. Its compound leaves are leathery and medium to dark green. From late spring to summer, it offers lots of semi-double blooms of deep red with yellow stamens in the center. Most roses bloom with greater vigor if the spent flowers are removed.

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James H. Schutte

(Climbing Rose, Dublin Bay Climbing Rose)

A showy, reliable climbing rose, Dublin Bay blooms spring through fall with clusters of velvety red flowers that are large, open, and semi-double (extra petals). The plant may grow as a bush when young but eventually the new stems reach higher. They must be tied to a support to hold them upright and can rise well out of reach, flowering at their tips. This is a disease-resistant deciduous shrub, dropping its leaves in fall and making new stems on old stems and from the rootstock in spring. Shorten...

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James H. Schutte

(Climbing Rose, Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose)

A climbing rose, ‘Joseph’s Coat’ blooms spring through summer with clusters of many-colored flowers that are large, open, and double (extra petals). They are orange to orange-yellow as they open, then change to red or pink with a yellow center. When covered with flowers of different ages, the plant shows as many colors as Joseph’s proverbial coat. The stems are very thorny, lax, and long. They must be tied to a support to hold them upright and can rise well out of reach, flowering at the tip of the...

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Mark A. Miller

(Climbing Rose)

The creamy white, semi-double blooms of this heirloom climbing rose are borne in late spring and early summer. It was introduced in Germany in 1945 under the name 'Direktor Benschop.'

The long, sprawling, thorny stems of this hybrid rose are lined with leathery, dark green, compound leaves. Numerous ivory-white, saucer-shaped roses with conspicuous yellow stamens debut in late spring and continue for several weeks. The flowers cast a mild spicy fragrance.

Roses prefer full sun, moderate...

(Climbing Rose, Le Vésuve Climbing Rose)

The "old rose" 'Le Vésuve' produces a steady succession of mildly fragrant, china-pink roses on slender, upright to scrambling canes. This 1825 introduction is probably a hybrid between a China Rose and a Tea Rose.

This cold-tender deciduous shrub has prickly stems with dark gray-green leaves. From spring to fall (or year-round in frost-free gardens), 'Le Vésuve' bears numerous medium-sized, double, rounded roses with rolled-edged petals. The soft-pink, carmine-shaded blooms open from pointed...