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Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea' | Rambling Rose | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot Climbing Plants
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Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea' | Rambling Rose | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot Climbing Plants
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Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea' | Rambling Rose | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot Climbing Plants
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Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea' | Rambling Rose | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot Climbing Plants

Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea' | Rambling Rose | On a 90cm Cane in a 3L Pot

Rosa Banksiae 'Lutea Yellow'

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The Highlights

    • A spectacular climbing rose with none of the thorns
    • Beautiful buttery yellow double rose flowers
    • Flowers from April through May
    • RHS Award Winner for spectacular blooms
    • A hardy perennial that will flower year after year
    • A vigorous grower that reaches up to 12m
    • Perfect for training over structures such as pergolas
    • Light sweet floral scent that floats through your garden
    • Please Note: Our climbers are pruned back each winter, and some during the summer, so you may find at certain times of year they do not cover the whole 90cm cane. This is intentional to ensure the best growth when you plant out

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Supplied as:

3L Potted Plant

Height on arrival:

20-90cm
The height of your plant will be dependent on the time of year and pruning cycle. All climbers arrive on a 90cm bamboo cane.

Eventual height:

12m

Eventual spread:

4m
Reaches a spread of 4m

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Butter Yellow
Buttery yellow double roses

Habit:

Climbing
Vigorous rambler rose ideally trained on a sheltered wall or fence in full sun

Hardiness:

Fully Hardy
Hardy even through the most severe of British winters.

Rootstock:

Spacing:

2m

Care Guide

Good Pest and Disease Resistance

Is affected by the ordinary Rose problems such as Black Spot and Aphids but the strong vigour of the plant means problems are rearely lethal.MORE

Water Regularly

Water the plant regularly during the summer, especially during hot and dry periods and especially if you are container-growing the plant. During the winter the plant will need significantly less watering and ymay only require a watering once every week to two weeks.MORE

Full Sun to Partial Shade

You will want to plant somewhere the plant. will receive at least 4-6 hours of sunlight everyday during summer and spring. This variety can handled some partial shade where it receives its light as dappled shade.MORE

Fertile, Well-Drained Soil

You will want to mix in plenty of organic matter such as quality garden compost. If your soil is particularly clay-heavy then you can also add in some gravel or perlite to help improve drainage.MORE

Feed Regularly

Roses need to be fed twice–once in April as the leaves are beginning to uncurl and once again in June. We recommend using a high potash fertiliser such as specific Rose food or even tomato food. In March you will also want to apply a mulhc of well-rotted manure for extra slow-release nutrients. Do not feed roses in late Summer to Autumn otherwise this will encourage new growth going into winter which will then be killed off by frosts.MORE

Prune Annually

Pruning Group 18 - Prune annually in Late Summer to Autumn after flowering. When pruning always use clean, sharp secateurs so you can perform clean cuts. Always cut at a sloping angle so water does not sit on the cut and cause infection. Cut just above an outside facing bud to train your rrose plant to spread out and prevent the plant becoming congested. Get rid of any dead, weak, or damaged branches. If the plant is particularly congested you can prune away one in three of the older stems entirely to open the plant up and promote fresher growth. Then shorten the side shoots by 2/3s and tie the plant in to train it up your structure.MORE