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Large trusses of single, small flowers. Shades of pink. Vigorous, prolific growth. If unsupported, the long basal stems will give a willowy effect by virtue of the weight of the flower trusses. Flowers repeatedly.
Medium sized, semi-double flowers of a distinct, clear pink appear throughout summer on this very vigorous, relaxed and easy growing climber. If supported in its first year after planting, it will grow to hang over wall, pergolas and arches. Only light pruning is required. The leaves are healthy and glossy.
Medium sized, elegant blooms. Cameo pink. Vigorous growth which may be trained along a fence. Forms a 2 m high, willowy shrub. One of the most floriferous and repeat-flowering climbers.
Semi-double blooms carried in clusters throughout the season; shell-pink with golden stamens; vigorous, healthy growth with many flowering side-stems bearing tight clusters of blooms on the end of every shoot; forms a neat shrub with a willowy effect which does not need support; may be trained on poles and over a pergola.
Large, single blooms, crimson with a golden eye. Profuse and continuous flowerer and carries its masses of blooms all along the strong basal branches and on many side-shoots. May be cut back during the season to keep in shape and to encourage a new flush of blooms. May be free-standing or trained over a pergola or fence.
A pioneer of the Impressionist movement, Degas broke the rules of conformity & harmony. This namesake masterpiece embodies this non-conformity by embracing modernism & fantasy. Vigorous with a willowy growth; a freestanding specimen will grow to hip-height, spreading out to 3 metres wide. It can also be espaliered on a pillar, fence or trellis.
A deep yellow climber with blooms of a pleasing rose shape & firm, almost unfading petals. This rose is always covered with pickable blooms for the table.
Meduim-sized, golden yellow shapely buds and semi-double blooms are produced in large, loose clusters. Vigorous, healthy growth. Glossy foliage. Profuse and a repeat-flowerer. May be groomed in the growing season.
Medium-sized, pointed blooms. Soft shell-pink. Rugged, glossy foliage. Ideal to cover trellises, pergolas and fences without being too rampant. It has proved itself to be one of the most rewarding climbers in South Africa.
One of the most valuable shrub or climber roses. Medium-sized, shapely yellow buds open to change into orange-red and pink. The vigorous plant keeps on flowering as it grows into a willowy shrub or a wall-covering climber.
This is a smaller and repeat flowering version of the white Banksia rose. The small white flowers sprout in tight bunches directly from the previous season’s growth and on older stems. It is also thornless and has the same completely disease resistant, small, tough leaves. ‘Purezza’ will grow to a height of 3m when free-standing and may be trained higher on any type of support. In our trial plot it carried on flowering right through winter over the past two seasons.
The deep royal blue-purple of this new rose marks the introduction of a genuine new colour in roses. ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ is an upright growing shrub rose bearing clusters of semi double blooms that open to reveal a glowing centre of golden yellow stamens. The shrub has a formal growth pattern, reaching a height of two metres, making it an excellent background rose or individual specimen. The rose takes a year to establish itself and should only be pruned down to chest height in July. In spring it will flower all along its main stems and after the first flush will put out side stems that will also carry blooms, ensuring that the shrub keeps flowering throughout the summer.
Tight clusters of small, full, double white blooms. Rampant, healthy growth. If left to grow unchecked, it will grow into a very large specimens, covering complete fences and growing into trees. Should only be lightly pruned or not at all to retain flowering buds. The long canes are thornless. Flowers only once in spring with occasional clusters in late autumn. One plant of this rose grows in Tombstone, Arizona, and is regarded as the world’s largest rose. The main stem has grown since 1885 to a thickness of 30 cm and the rambling canes cover a pergola of 600 m².
Translated from French, ‘Rose Celeste’ mean “Heavenly Rose”. It boasts blooms with a shape and size only expected from a good Hybrid Tea rose. However, whereas the climbing form of hybrid tea roses flower only once in spring, this rose produces pink blooms on the tip of every shoot throughout the season. Vigorous and absolutely hardy, ‘Rose Celeste’ grows quickly to cover a wall, fence or pergola. It may also be planted unsupported where it will shape itself into a naturally upright pillar. The more frequently blooms are picked, the more encouragement the shrub receives to keep on providing blooms.
Elegant, pointed, sizable buds. Clear, intense golden yellow. May be used on fences, pillars and as specimen plants.The flowering stems can be cut back during the season and will send out new shoots bearing their perfect blooms.
Strong, spicy, most unusual fragrance; large egg shaped buds expand into large, firm petalled blooms; buds carried on strong stems; good cut flowers; towering growth – stiffly upright. Canes spread at 2m. Can be left to form a huge free standing specimen. Thick, dark green, deeply veined leaves contrast with the reddish tint of stems & prickles.
A climber which grows quickly to form a natural garland with a steady & continuous supply of strongly fragrant blooms. Free standing it will grow to 2.5m high before it starts garlanding. It has inherited ‘Iceberg’s’ ability to sprout out of the mature wood with flowering side stems. Fan out or tie main stems horizontally on fence, wall, arch or pergola.