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Climbing Roses

Climbing Roses are a classic complement in any garden; formal or cottage. They combine beautifully with Clematis, too! Please note: We do not offer field grown, grafted roses. All of our roses are on their own roots and are shipped in the pots in which they are grown. See About Our Plants on the left for more information.
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  1. Cherokee Rose

    Cherokee Rose


    Cherokee Rose, aka Rosa laevigata, is the state flower of Georgia. An easy, graceful rose for the south, it graces gardens with fragrant white blooms in the spring. Its glossy, evergreen foliage is also highly disease resistant. Learn More
  2. Zephirine Drouhin Rose

    Zephirine Drouhin Rose


    Rosa 'Zephirine Drouhin' is known for its tolerance to shade and delightful scent. Pink blooms spring repeatedly from nearly thornless stems, offering an aroma of traditional rose and citrus. Learn More
  3. Eden Rose

    Eden Rose


    Eden is our most popular climber! Known for its vigor and disease resistance, these classic pink blooms of solid hardiness are sure to delight. With a gently fragrant, steady performance, Eden can add a quiet romance to any garden! WFRS Learn More
  4. Veilchenblau Rose

    Veilchenblau Rose


    Veilchenblau Rose has nearly thornless stems, from which emerge extraordinary violet-blue flowers. This unique, hardy climber blooms large clusters in late spring! Learn More
  5. Raspberry Cream Twirl Rose

    Raspberry Cream Twirl Rose


    Large, exhibition-quality blooms are violet pink splashed and striped with cool white. A robust and disease-resistant plant and vigorous grower with dark green, very glossy foliage and flowers throughout the season. Learn More
  6. Lady Banks Rose

    Lady Banks Rose


    This classic southern climber can be trained easily in a traditional manner or as a rambler or a shrub. Clusters of double butter-yellow blooms will appear on thornless (thornless!) stems in early spring. Lady Banks' resistance to disease and drought make it a satisfying performer. Learn More
  7. Albertine Rose

    Albertine Rose


    Albertine Rose is a hybrid Wichurana that has lacy double pink blooms tinged with apricot. Delightfully fragrant flowers cover the plant in early summer. Learn More
  8. Westerland Rose

    Westerland Rose


    An excellent newer hybrid with nearly constant blooms all summer and into the fall. Westerland has flowers in clusters of 5 to 10 backed by deep green, healthy foliage. The flowers open and mature through a brilliant mix of red, orange, pink yellow and amber. A very fruity scent rounds out the appeal of this hardy and disease resistant rose. Try growing it with a purple Clematis for a really great show! Learn More
  9. Climbing Iceberg Rose

    Climbing Iceberg Rose


    Wonderful, pure white flowers abound on this rose in early summer followed by sporadic repeats all summer. A mildly sweet fragrance accompanies each bloom. Learn More
  10. Cloud 10 Climbing Rose

    Cloud 10 Climbing Rose


    Cloud 10 is a tenacious new climber with stellar disease resistance and beautiful clusters of pure white blossoms. Large, full blooms, like little clouds hovering just above clean foliage, will repeat throughout the summer. Radler, 2013 Learn More
  11. America Climbing Rose

    America Climbing Rose


    A modern cultivar boasting rich, salmon-pink flowers, this stunning climber brings a spicy-sweet fragrance to the garden. Its resistance to deer and disease make it a must-have! Learn More
  12. Crepuscule Rose

    Crepuscule Rose


    Crepuscule is a nearly thornless, classic Noisette rose with butterscotch buds opening to buff flowers. Aromatic blooms repeat throughout spring and summer. Dubreuil, France, 1904. Learn More
  13. Pink Cherokee Rose

    Pink Cherokee Rose


    Rosa Anemone. A hybrid of the beloved Cherokee Rose. Tall, arching stems bear sweet, single, pink blooms in profusion very early in the season. A great addition to any southern landscape! Learn More
  14. Joseph's Coat Rose

    Joseph's Coat Rose


    This is compact climber can also be trained as a rambler or shrub, and produces stunning multicolored flowers in fantastic combinations of crimson, golden yellow, pink, and orange-red. Its disease resistance, repeat blooms, and unique color make it a fierce performer in a wide range of conditions - even performing well in the hot, humid southeast! A lively sight in a garden display or as a cut flower. Armstrong and Swim, US 1963. Learn More
  15. Seven Sisters Climbing Rose

    Seven Sisters Climbing Rose


    Seven Sisters, also called Grevillei Climbing Rose, is named for the clusters of small but deeply fragrant flowers that develop 7 colors through their maturity; often with each color seen on a cluster at once! The colors are said to be purple, scarlet, red, lighter red, pink, light pink and white. In our opinion the beauty of Seven Sisters isn't in counting the colors but enjoying the rich fragrance and the easy care nature of this hybrid. It isn't a repeater, but makes a great show! Try growing it with a viticella hybrid like Clematis Polish Spirit for color later in the season. Learn More
    Rosa Cecile Brunner

    Rosa Cecile Brunner


    Rosa Cecile Brunner, also known as Sweetheart Rose, produces small, soft pink flowers in early summer that are perfect for delicate arrangements. A classic rose that blooms continually through the season. Learn More
  17. White Dawn Rose

    White Dawn Rose


    Many clusters of sweetly scented, pure white flowers adorn this vigorous climber. Try this grown with Clematis Comtesse de Bouchaud for a great mixed effect! Learn More
  18. Madame Caroline Testout Climbing Rose

    Madame Caroline Testout Climbing Rose


    An enchanting, old-fashioned rose with silvery pink flowers. Blooms repeatedly with thick, healthy foliage. Madame Caroline is an excellent choice for screening and makes a prime cut flower. Learn More
  19. Garden Sun Climbing Rose

    Garden Sun Climbing Rose


    Let these resplendent, golden-orange flowers act as mildly fragrant suns in the garden! Blooms repeatedly throughout the summer and boasts a high resistance to disease. Learn More
  20. Winner's Circle Rose

    Winner's Circle Rose


    William Radler, breeder of the Knockout Roses, brought forth Rosa 'Radwin,' or Winner's Circle Rose. A gorgeous red climber, with flowers just like the original Knockout, Winner's Circle carries the same vigor and resistance to disease as its predecessors. This heavy, repeat bloomer will add a lustrous red to your garden all summer long and follow with orange hips over burgundy foliage late in the year. Learn More
  21. Golden Gate Climbing Rose

    Golden Gate Climbing Rose


    Elegant golden buds open to bright yellow, fully doubled flowers. A great repeater and super disease resistance, too! Learn More
  22. Dublin Bay Climbing Rose

    Dublin Bay Climbing Rose


    Dublin Bay is a refined performer, producing deep red, semi-double flowers. These handsome blooms repeat constantly through summer up to fall. Learn More
  23. Sombreuil Rose

    Sombreuil Rose


    A beautiful white Tea-Noisette with buds that open to interesting flat flowers. The foliage is deep, glossy green and disease resistant. The plant is a steady repeat bloomer with the petals falling cleanly off the spent flowers. Said to be named for the daughter of the Comte de Sombreuil who saved him from a certain death in prison at the time of the French Revolution. Makes a fine cut flower, too. Robert, France 1850. Learn More
  24. Phyllis Bide Climbing Rose

    Phyllis Bide Climbing Rose


    Rosa Phyllis Bide is a small, bushy climber that is a nonstop bloomer! The dainty flowers open like a small hybrid tea and pass through various shades of gold orange and red with a pale finish. It is complemented with a light sweet fragrance. Color and performance are best in cooler weather. Learn More
  25. Smiley Face Rose

    Smiley Face Rose


    Clear yellow flowers bloom all summer on this compact climber from Star Roses. A great choice for bright color in smaller spaces. Consider growing this with Clematis Rooguchi. Learn More
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