Climbing roses bring together floral interest, height and elegance to a garden providing eye-catching flower. They will repeatedly flower throughout the summer and autumn.
“Climbing roses give you this huge burst of color from spring to fall, while taking up a small footprint in the garden.”
1. Rosa 'Aloha'
The rose 'Aloha' was first bred in the United States in 1949 by Eugene Boerner.
This climbing rose perpetual produces beautiful blooms of pink flowers from June to late autumn.
Rosa 'Aloha' is known for its strong fruity scent and very good disease resistance.
This fragrant rose, best grown in full sun and moderately fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil.
Tolerant of poor soils and good for cut flowers.
2. Rosa 'Eden'
Rosa 'Eden' also known as Rosa ‘’Pierre De Ronsard’’, named after the great French poet, Pierre de Ronsard.
This versatile climber is an excellent repeat bloomer; best grown in full sun and in medium moisture, well-drained soils.
Delicately scented, this lovely rose blooms all throughout summer and autumn.
Rosehips and petals can be used in making syrups. Also, petals will add flavour to cold drinks or fruit cakes.
Easy to grow, this fragrant rose enjoys an excellent resistance to diseases.
3. American Beauty (Rosa 'American Beauty')
Rosa 'American Beauty' is a deep pink rose cultivar, bred by Henri Lédéchaux in France in 1875. This was introduced in United States by George Field and Bros.in 1886 as 'American Beauty'
This hybrid perpetual produces beautiful blooms of deep pink that have a very strong fragrance.
Fast growing, Rosa 'America' produces beautiful blooms from spring to fall and needs high maintenance compared to others.
Best grown in full sun, in rich, fertile, well-drained soils and is very good disease resistant.
4. Dublin Bay (Rose 'Dublin Bay')
The 'Dublin Bay' rose was bred in 1975 by Samuel McGredy IV in New Zealand.
This delightful climber is a sun lover and Its flowers have a mild, fruity perfume.
Covered from spring until frost with clusters of beautiful, velvety red petals, this rose is a repeat bloomer.
The Dublin Bay roses need good air circulation and any deep well-drained soil including clay and plenty of nutrients (garden compost).
5. Rosa Zephirine Drouhin (Bourbone Rose)
The Bourbon roses was first bred in France in 1868 by Bizot and are named for their origin on the Île Bourbon off the coast of Madagascar.
Wonderfully scented, this deep rose pink blooms prefers warmer climates, giving their best performance in full sun light from late spring to frost.
Zephirine Drouhin is one of the earliest roses to bloom in the season and one of the last.
Best grown in full sun to part shade, in moist, humus rich, well-drained soil.
Bred by Cant's in 1903, Rosa 'Blush Rambler' has always been a popular rose.
The pink flowers are produced in great profusion and are strongly scented, foliage which is light green and disease free.
Good for an arch or pergola.
Grows best in fertile, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil in a sunny, open position.
7. Iceberg (Rosa 'Iceberg')
Rosa 'Iceberg' was first bred by Kordes in Germany, in 1958. It is also known as Rosa 'KORbin'. They have often been called one of the best white climbing roses.
Very free flowering, blooms from late spring to frost and tend to grow a little larger than other varieties.
Iceberg climbing roses require a lot of sunlight in order to bloom vigorously. Its white flowers brighten and highlight garden spaces.
Planting the Iceberg roses is easy. The location should have well-drained soil and should receive good circulation of air.
They are also considered to have a fairly good resistance to diseases.
8. Peace (Rosa 'Peace')
Peace (Rosa 'Peace') was bred by Francis Meilland in France in 1935 is one of the world famous roses. Believed to be the most widely grown rose in the world,
It is the first Rose of Tea Hybrids that has shown high resistance to diseases
Rosa 'Peace' is a fruity scented rose that blooms in flashes from the end of spring and ending mid-late autumn.
Best grown in full sun, in medium moisture, well-drained, slightly acid soils.
9. Westerland (Rose 'Westerland')
Rosa 'Westerland' was first bred in Germany in 1969 by Reimer Kordes.
The rose Westerland is a versatile rose with small clusters of ruffled apricot-orange flowers with a strong and spicy fragrance.
This versatile rose blooms continuously from summer to fall.
Best grown in full sun, in moderately fertile, well-drained soils an it has an excellent disease resistance.
10. Rosa 'Ghislaine de Feligonde'
Rosa 'Ghislaine de Feligonde' was created in France in 1916 by Eugène Turbat,
It displays small, sweet, musky fragrance double corollas, changeable yellow in colour.
This fragrant rose repeat flowers from summer to fall and is very good disease resistance.
Best grown in full sun, fertile, well-drained soils.
“There is simply the rose; it is perfect in every moment of its existence.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson