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Zephirine Drouhin Rose This is one of the best climbing plants that you can invest in. It’s also thornless, which is always a plus. This rose doesn’t need much sunlight, either, so you can put it in the shade and it will still blossom.

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Rose Garden | Notice the lavendar clematis and the blue geraniums that are growing ...

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Klätterros 'Santana' | Rosor | Bakker Holland

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climbing rose in container - Google Search

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Exceptionally large flowers are pure pastel pink – a color you rarely in climbing roses. Like old-fashioned roses in form and strong, sweet scent, they open all the way to the ground on sturdy 10-12' canes! Blooms on both old and new wood, so you will have lots of flowers throughout summer and fall, and its disease resistance is well above the norm. All this from a plant discovered growing in a home garden in Missouri!

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❀ ✿༻ Secret Garden ༺✿ ❀ http://ana-rosa.tumblr.com/post/117735079388

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Yellow Lady Banks Rose. Easy, thornless, spring flowering. Needs support. Evergreen. Comes in white, also. Gets huge, but responds well to hard pruning. Largest rose in America is this type.

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chicken wire on a split-rail fence for climbing roses

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Possibly for the back fence by the alley.

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Iceberg Climbing Rose

Iceberg Climbing Rose Hardy, almost thornless, fragrant (like mild honey), longblooming. Long flexable canes. appleblossom-to-white blooms over a long season. 12 to 15 feet tall and 7 to 9 feet wide, is ideal for arbors, walls, fences, outbuildings. Blooms on old wood only, will produce more flowers with age (and saving you a lot of time with the pruning shears!). Zones 4-9

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