- Deciduous shrub
- USDA hardiness zones:
This climbing rose typically grows up to 18' tall and features large blooms of rich gold and crimson which appear in May with a generous summer repeat bloom. Blended blooms appear to change color as the lighting patterns change. Foliage is a glossy, deep green.
- Full sun
Best grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates light shade. Water deeply and regularly. Summer mulch helps retain moisture and keeps roots cool. Crowns need protection in cold winter areas. Generally blooms on year-old growth, so only a very light pruning in early spring is appropriate. Remove spent flowers to promote rebloom.
Size and growth:
- 12.0 to 18.0 feet
- 3.0 to 6.0 feet
Bloom / flowers:
- May - September
- Blend of gold and red
Has thorns, Showy flowers, Fragrant flowers, Yellow, Red, and Butterflies
Train over a trellis, arbor, fence, up a pillar or against a wall.
Roses are susceptible to a large number of disease problems, the most common of which are black spot, powdery mildew, rust and rose rosette. If good cultural practices do not control disease, then fungicides may become necessary. Insect problems include aphids, beetles, borers, scale, thrips, leafhoppers and mites. If natural predators fail to control insect populations adequately, then insecticides may become necessary.