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Climbing roses


Climbers are routinely pruned in winter, after the flowers have faded, between December and February. Long whippy shoots can be shortened or tied in during autumn, to prevent strong winds from damaging them. 47 more words

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Summer Roses

The start of summer means the start of some lovely roses here at Coppertop. I am no rose expert, and I simply describe ours as peach shrub roses, deep pink climbers, a large deep coral hybrid tea rose, and one enormous white rosa rugosa. 174 more words

Stormy Weather

Dark purple, lighter reverse, lighter center, golden-yellow stamens, ages to lavender. Going to be more purple blue in cooler weather. Cupped -to-flat blooms in clusters with a spice fragrance
Petal 20, Bloom 4″

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Autumn Sunset

A rare sport of that outstanding, hardy shrub rose “Westerland” with all of its fine qualities in a blend of rich apricot and golden yellow. The ruffled, 5″ semi-double blooms were discovered by long time rose grower and nurseryman Mike Lowe of New Hampshire. 25 more words

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Colorful climbing plants add high focal points to your garden

When you think of a beautiful garden, maintained but not to perfection, one thing that always catches the eye are climbing flowers. Climbing flowers add a colorful dramatic effect and make you feel like you are in a magical place like in the movie… 308 more words

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Vigorous climber grows 10-15 ft. and is gorgeous on a trellis or arbor. Plants are loaded with blossoms in June, bloom continues intermittently all summer, then finishes up the season with another heavy bloom period in early fall! 320 more words

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This Week's Pretties | Noisette Roses

I don’t know what’s gotten into me these days but it would seem I have fallen head over heels with ROSES, especially these stunners and Charleston’s own, to boot! 308 more words

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