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Climbing Rose 'Farruca Courtyard®'

Roses like they used to be!

Farruca Courtyard'

    • A lovely old fashioned rose with soft and velvety deep red petals and very large, full double blooms
    • Delicately fragranced
    • The Courtyard® Collection consists of a range of compact climbing roses which, unlike traditional varieties, start flowering from the bottom of the plant all the way up to the top and along the branches
    • Continuous flowering right from June to October
    • Growing up to 1m, these are a superb choice for use on pergolas or against fencing and walls and are also great in large containers

Climbing Rose 'Farruca Courtyard®'

Roses like they used to be!
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Farruca Courtyard'

    • A lovely old fashioned rose with soft and velvety deep red petals and very large, full double blooms
    • Delicately fragranced
    • The Courtyard® Collection consists of a range of compact climbing roses which, unlike traditional varieties, start flowering from the bottom of the plant all the way up to the top and along the branches
    • Continuous flowering right from June to October
    • Growing up to 1m, these are a superb choice for use on pergolas or against fencing and walls and are also great in large containers

what to expect

Supplied as:

4.5L Pot
Supplied in a 4.5 litre pot

Height on arrival:

30-60cm
Your rose will be supplied at a height of approx 30-60cm

Eventual height:

60-100cm

Eventual spread:

60-100cm
This rose reaches a spread of approx 60-100cm unless pruned

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Red
Soft Dark Red

Habit:

Upright
This rose has a compact climbing habit, ideal for twining around a structure or training on a wall

Hardiness:

Fully hardy
This rose is hard as nails and will get through even the coldest UK winter

Rootstock:

Spacing:

120-180cm
If you're growing several climbing roses together, space them 120-180cm apart, depending on how densely you want them to cover your structure and how much you want them to twine together.

how to grow

Good pest and disease resistance

The main problems for roses are aphids (greenfly) and rose black spot - although many of the newer varieties have good resistance to it. Greenfly can be removed by hand and squashed, or if you don't fancy that you can wipe them off with a damp cloth or spray the area lightly with a water and vegetable oil mixture. Black spot appears as unsightly patches on leaves, but doesn't usually harm the plant unless it takes hold. In extreme cases growth can be stunted. Check regularly and remove any affected leaves, making sure to remove any fallen leaves or petals as soon as possible, as the disease spores are stored here and can re-infect the soil, affecting the next season's growth. A good preventative measure is mulching around the base of the plant so that rain doesn't splash any soil-borne spores onto the plant's foliage.

Water regularly

Water your roses as closely as possible to the base of the plant and avoid splashing foliage or flowers as this can encourage diseases and moulds. A soft spray is better, so if using a hosepipe, a rose attachment is perfect. Pay special attention to roses in pots, next to walls, in sandy soil and when newly planted, and don't allow the soil to dry out completely.

Full Sun to Partial Shade

Roses prefer a position in direct sunlight and do best with at least 4-6 hours of sun per day. However they can also thrive with a little light shade, especially in the afternoons.

Any moist, well-draining soil

Roses do well in most soil types, as long as they're well draining - they hate their roots to be waterlogged - and not too dry. Loamy soil is perfect - if your soil is very heavy or sandy, you could mix in some garden compost to rebalance it.

Feed twice yearly

Feed your roses in late March/April at the start of the growing season, then again in late July after the first blooms have finished. Sprinkle a granular rose food over the soil - this will release its nutrients over several months, promoting healthy growth and repeat flowering. https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0513/3428/3424/files/pruning_3x_4d3eaf73-f629-45e0-87a5-6f14f5f005fc.png?v=1613300939

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