This is a new section for plants that lie between the patio climberand the full blown 10, 12 up to 15 foot climbers.
They have quite distinct attributes:
Specifically for the smaller garden, these roses are basically dwarf floribundas. They are ideal for patios, narrow borders and the large rockery, and they give a real blaze of colour when planted in beds or in large tubs - although extra care must be taken to maintain them.
Plant 15-18ins. apart. S – 10-18ins., M – 18-24ins., T – 24ins. and over.
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(S-M) Carruth 2015
(M-T) Prose 2003
(M) (Fryaboo) 1994
(M) Warner 2016
(S-M) Bedard 2016
Type: Patio Climbing Rose, with miniature hybrid tea shaped bloomsColour: Warm Mid Pink with dark green glossy foliage.Fragrance: Sweet mid-scented.Height / Spread: 8 x 3 Feet (240 x 90cm) Pot Growing: Roses prefer a border, this variety will grow in a container but it should be a large one, (Minimum 4foot / 120cm diameter and minimum 100cm depth)...
Type: Cluster flower floribunda bush rose, semi-double flowers.Colour: Amber-Yellow.Fragrance: Light ScentHeight: Rounded plant of 2-3 feet (60-90cm) height and width. Roses prefer a border, but this variety will grow in a large pot (around 1M Diameter and depth). (S-M) Vissers 2010
(S-M) Austin 2010
(M-T) Vissers 2009
Warner. Rose of the Year 2017