Fast-growing, scented Climbing Roses set the stage for a backyard soirée with your friends and loved ones. As long as you have full sun and a sturdy support, these vertical climbers can produce dazzling blooms!
Call them "living wallpaper" if you'd like. You'll join the millions of people who have used and loved Climbing Roses before you.
Romantic Rose plants have been grown and bred since Ancient Egypt; and Climbing Roses have been a part of the Rosa genus for as long as Roses have been grown. Climbers can be found in all the major Rose types, including: Hybrid Tea Rose Climbers, Floribundas, Ramblers and Polyantha Climbers.
Climbers have canes that grow much longer and more flexible than other bush Roses. Climbing Roses usually grow from 8 to 20 feet tall, but be sure to check the Plant Highlights on every product page for specific details.
Some Ramblers may have a heavy early bloom and then sporadic blooms the rest of the year. Amplify their season of interest by growing other vines, such as Clematis through their flexible canes.
Repeat blooming cultivars will bloom all summer long! Please note that it is always best to train your Climbers at a 45-degree angle or even horizontally to maximize the number of flower buds.
Yes, Climbing Roses have long, arching canes that need support to grow. They do not have "holdfasts", and lack the ability to cling to trellis or support by themselves.
They need to be tied and trained to grow on their supports. Train them into a lovely flowering screen to hide your swimming pool from prying eyes.
Make a retaining wall or exposed foundation disappear under a mound of fragrant flowers. Or, create a focal point for your outdoor kitchen.
Buy modern Climbing Roses from NatureHills.com for a wonderful selection. We baby our expertly-grown Roses for years and often have more mature sizes available.
Install your dreams this season! There is nothing so romantic as an acrobatic Climbing Rose.
It won't take long for New Dawn Rose long to achieve a lush, full appearance. Double, soft pink blooms are fragrant and grow in flushes through the season.
Make a sizzling splash with fast-growing Climbing Roses. Train the wonderfully fragrant, fully double blooms of Don Juan Climbing Rose where you want to enjoy season-long, saturated color.
Some repeat bloomers, like Dublin Bay Rose produce exceptional lipstick-red blooms from spring through frost. They are also deliciously fragrant!
Climbing Roses are unique plants that are usually tied in a fan-shape up and over an arbor or trellis. But did you know there are many other ways to grow them?
Use them to cover ground on a slope or to scramble over a rock pile. Grow nearly thornless, semi-double, pink flowers with Zephirine Drouhin Climbing Rose in full sun or partial shade!
For a fantastic vertical accent, pillar your Rose on a post or mature tree trunk. Wrap the canes at a 45-degree angle around their support using strong, yet flexible plant ties or even old nylon hose!
You'll love the flower power of a Climbing Rose grown up and along the top of a chain link or split rail fence. A horizontal cane produces an abundance of beautiful blooms!
Add a trellis system over your front door for a tremendous boost of curb appeal. People even install trellis on their roofs for a blooming bower.
Festoon several Climbing Roses along rope or chain attached to the tops of a series of posts. Keep the rope taut, or allow it to dip as you like.
Keep Cupid's Kisses Rose in a pot on your balcony. Allow their petite canes to drape over the railing for an Olde World appeal.
Add drama with striped smoky orange and cream blooms. Enjoy the spectacular large flowers of Tropical Lightning Rose!
Roses do best in full sun and rich, well-drained soil. Give them plenty of air circulation with morning sun for natural disease resistance to black spot and powdery mildew.
Dig your planting hole twice as wide, but no deeper than the root ball. Add phosphorus-rich bone meal and Nature Hills Root Booster in the planting hole for life-long support.
Water well, then remove your Rose from it's container; or soak a bareroot plant for several hours. Create a cone-shaped hill at the bottom of your planting hole to drape bareroot Roses over.
Backfill, and press the soil into place. Thoroughly water your newly installed plants to eliminate air pockets at the root zone.
Water your Climbing Roses using a steady, consistent schedule. Feed them using a good, slow-release formula in spring and mid-summer.
Train perennial Climbing Roses laterally or at a 45-degree angle for the best bloom. Prune modern Climbing Roses after blooms are finished.
Choose a full leaflet below the spent blooms; then slant a pruning cut just above it. This will stimulate new bud eyes to develop for a continuous season of blooms.
Climbing Roses generally produce a flush of blooms on last year's wood, along with new growth from this year. Remove most of the old wood after the blooms are done...but leave a "scaffolding" system of old wood for structure.
Buy climbing Rose varieties online at NatureHills.com when you see your favorites in stock. Get gorgeous, well-developed Climbing Roses for a sensational garden feature you'll be proud to show off!