Rose - William Baffin - Climbing
Huge Clusters of Roses on a Traditional Climber
The William Baffin rose is a Canadian Explorer climbing rose with glossy light green foliage, blooming from early to mid-July until frost. It is an unscented rose which can grow to a height of 7 ft. It can produce clusters of up to 30 blossoms.
William Baffin roses are vigorous and disease-resistant. It has been grown in zone 2 which is a testament to its hardiness. William Baffin is arguably the hardiest repeat blooming climber available.
The bloom period is from late spring to early fall. To extend the blooming season, deadhead any faded flowers. William Baffin blooms on new wood so any pruning should be done in late winter or early spring before the plant begins new growth.
The foliage is attractive as the green colors vary from medium to dark green. The fall color will be yellow.
This plant excels when planted near a fence, wall, or another structure that it can support the fast growing stems.
Use this rose as a climber, in the garden, as a hedge, or any place that a fast growing, prolific flowering rose will enhance your landscape!
|Family||Rosa 'William Baffin'|
|Mature Height||8 - 10 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Spring - Fall|
|Disease Resistance||Very Good|