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Climbing Rose 'Parade' | 4.5L Pot

Old Rose fragrance with deep pink blooms

Parade'

    • Free flowering clusters of large, deep carmine pink roses with glossy foliage
    • Strong, Old Rose style perfume
    • A medium sized climbing rose with a mature height of around 4.5m
    • An old favourite first bred in 1953, Parade is low maintenance, hardy and easy to grow
    • Grow up a wall, fence, doorway or large arch

Climbing Rose 'Parade' | 4.5L Pot

Old Rose fragrance with deep pink blooms
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Parade'

    • Free flowering clusters of large, deep carmine pink roses with glossy foliage
    • Strong, Old Rose style perfume
    • A medium sized climbing rose with a mature height of around 4.5m
    • An old favourite first bred in 1953, Parade is low maintenance, hardy and easy to grow
    • Grow up a wall, fence, doorway or large arch

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:

4.5m

Eventual spread:

1m
This rose reaches a spread of approx 1m unless pruned

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Pink
Carmine Pink

Habit:

Upright
This rose has a bushy, vigorous 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

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

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

Any moist

well-draining soil

Feed twice yearly

Feed your roses in late March/April at the start of the growing season

Deadhead regularly

prune in late winter/early spring

For more care tips and ideas visit our Knowledge page

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