A new concept for confined spaces, the climbing Patio rose offers even those with the smallest of gardens an oportunity to admire roses at eye level. Seldom growing more than 2m with a nice upright habit these little darlings are very well behaved and easy to manage. Full of blooms from spring until autumn with dense disease resistant foliage.
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Climbing Patio roses will grow very hapily in a container; however this does mean that you will have to be committed to a regular watering and feeding regime to ensure a top performance. As you will be admiring the beautiful blooms as you go about your task it will hardly be arduous. Use to bring some softness to dull areas of the house or garden, ideal for training up a down-pipe or pillar.
Be sure to check out our page on Patio shrub roses as well.
Patio climber. This award winning rose was introduced in 1975 and still rates as one of the best Patio Climbers today. The pointed buds open to warm pink, exhibition quality blooms that carry a soft fragrance. Plenty of blooms throughout the season. Can be used as a tall shrub or small climber. 1975.
The name of this rose commemorates a French-Canadian folk heroine of the 1920's.
Colour: Pink Habit: Climbing Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2m x 2m
Patio- Climber. This little climber has perfectly formed, small blooms of deepest dark purple. Nice dark green foliage too which shows good disease resistance. A new release from the UK which will no doubt become very popular. PVR. 2010.
Colour: Purple Habit: Climber Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2m x 1.5m
Patio Climber. This rose has small, perfectly formed, double, magenta purple flowers with a light fragrance. A healthy and vigorous climber that repeats well. Plant in full sun and feed regularly throughout the growing season. 1999. PVR.
Colour: Purple / Red Habit: Climbing Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2m
Patio Climber. Give visitors to your home a 'Warm Welcome' with this bright and cheerful little climbing rose. Bright orange-red, fragrant, single blooms will delight from late spring until autumn. Dainty foliage that has red tones before turning the usual green. Fabulous against brick. PVR 1991.
Colour: Orange / Red Habit: Climbing Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 2.5m x 1m