Award-winning, bar-setting yellow climber The Climbing Rose Golden Showers set the bar for climbing yellow roses by winning the top seal-of-approval award from the AARS way back in 1957, and it still holds the bar high for all the others that have followed.A strong climber, it grows to 12 feet without looking back. Make sure you plant it where it can go big – a garden wall, a picket fence, an entryway. Then get ready for the blooms! Golden Showers really lives up to its name. Huge 4 to 5 inch sunny yellow, ruffled flowers that smell of licorice cover the plant from spring until frost.Golden Showers performs well in all the climates and conditions that other roses thrive in, but it really excels in cooler temperatures. Those temps bring out the best in this famous climber by giving you bigger, more colorful blooms and a longer bloom time.Golden Showers blooms on both old and new wood. So prune it or don’t prune it – you will still get a bonanza of roses every year.Do you want a display that will stop traffic on your street? Then plant one Golden Showers Climbing Rose and one Clematis Jackmanii side by side. Let them intermingle as they grow and you will have a veritable wall of show-stopping color.Make sure to try this time-tested and approved rose in your garden this year. You won’t be disappointed! Order now!* Award-winning climber and bloomer * Fragrant licorice-like scent * Disease resistant .
Double the beauty, half the workThis real life Alice-in-Wonderland rose is going to be THE conversation starter in your garden. Thanks to the efforts from the master graftsmen that we work with, we are very proud to offer the extremely unique Two-fer Tree Rose as part of the Nature Hills Nursery rose line.This is the combination of two different roses grafted onto one 36” standard trunk. The result is a double bounty of beautiful blooms in different colors on the same plant!This great tree rose is the blending of two of the best loved and most hardy roses in the world – the classic white Iceberg rose and its beautiful sister, the Burgundy Iceberg rose.The Iceberg roses are universally noted as some of the top performing roses in the world. They have a well-deserved reputation as vigorous growers that are lower-than-low maintenance.These two sisters were chosen because they are perfectly balanced in bloom size and leaf form and they both bust out hundreds of roses throughout the season.Whether you plant these as a focal point in a perennial bed, flanking your front door or in a large patio pot, you won’t be disappointed. The white/burgundy combo floats high over other plantings on a strong trunk and will look great mixed with the other colors in your garden.These are prize garden roses and they will sell out fast, so don’t wait to order!* Two rose types on the same plant * Very vigorous and healthy grower * Super easy care.
Deepest Purple Climber Available A true, deep purple climbing rose is highly sought after but difficult to come by. The Night Owl™ Climbing Rose (‘Rosa sp. ‘WEKpurosot’ PPAF) nicely fills in that gap.You have to see this color in person to really appreciate this dark wine-purple rose. The petals are sweetly ruffled, come in singles and semi-doubles on the same canes and hold their color as they age. They are born in clusters, so you get one snip bouquets as a bonus.The flowers look fresh no matter what the weather throws at them. They don’t droop in the heat. This rose is quick to rebloom and gives off a classic spicy rose scent all season.The Night Owl grows vigorously. The canes can reach 10 to 12 feet in height. This is a perfect climber for your pergola or your porch posts.Climbing roses are a natural companion for clematis. For an eye-popping combo try Night Owl with the red-pinks of Bourbon or Vino clematis. For something more mellow, try it with white Candida or pale blue Will Goodwin. Train them to grow together and you will have an amazingly beautiful combo of flowers all spring and summer.Climbing roses make a great addition to the landscape in general, but Night Owl will make a special statement. Order yours today!* Deepest purple available in a climbing rose* Keeps color all season* Consistent rebloomer.
The American Climbing Rose, Rosa sp. ‘Jacclam’, is a large-flowered climber with rich salmon-pink blooms; with fully double blooms, it repeats summer into fall. This amazing rose has a mild, strong fragrance and with its high disease resistance, this American Climbing rose a must-have in any garden! Because of its long canes, this rose is well adapted to training on pillars, fences, arbors, and gazebos. Also can be used in containers, for beds and borders, or on slopes. A vigorous, rapid grower, it is best to plant in full sun. Climbing roses should be grown since they provide wonderful color in the rose garden without taking up much ground. Large flowered climbing roses differ from rambling roses in that they have fewer, yet larger blooms..
The Rose Westerland Climbing rose, ‘Rosa sp. ‘Korwest’, produces bright salmon colored flowers. The double blooms have a ruffled look and the petals a slightly serrated. The Westerland Climbing rose is very fragrant and the they will rebloom all season long. The foliage is very disease resistant. Prune any dead branches in the spring right after the plant leafs out and do any thinning in late fall. Climbing roses are excellent for trellises, garden walls, fences, gateways and pillars. Climbing roses make a great addition to the landscape. By training these climbers on a trellis or over an arbor you can change a dull area into a lively, colorful place..
Climbing Rose Ablaze in Scarlet ColorAll Ablaze is a climbing rose with gorgeous red blooms. Plant one on a trellis, over your walkway arbor or on a property line fence. Imagine coming home to a trellis of flaming scarlet blooms right next to your front door! All Abaze features (just as the name implies), “blazing” color wherever you plant it. The ruffled, double blossoms burst forth in spring and continue on throughout the summer months, for a long satisfying bloom period. Each elegant flower boasts a petal count over 35 for a rose of substantial size and attraction. Ablaze even emits a subtle, spicy scent as a tantalizing allure to humans and pollinators alike. The deep green foliage is the perfect, rich showcase for the brilliant flowers.All Ablaze Climbing Rose will climb 8 to 12 feet with a 4-foot spread. It’s a vigorous grower and quite hardy overall. All Ablaze has good resistance to powdery mildew and rust and is generally a hardy, easy to care for plant.All Ablaze is a climbing variety you won’t want to miss out on. Its repeating blooms of scarlet perfection will provide elegance and charm to your yard this summer and for many years to come!* Red flowers* Fragrant* Climber* Good powdery mildew resistance* Good rust resistance.
Amazing Fragrance with Blloms for MonthsThe New Dawn rose is a strong grower and is unusually hardy and disease resistant. ‘New Dawn’ has long been a favorite climber.New Dawn roses have double pink, fragrant flowers that fade to soft pink and are carried over a long season.It has healthy, dark green disease resistant foliage and is a rose with few faults and a long flowering season, even carrying a few blooms in the winter.It blooms spring and repeats in the summer. The New Dawn was a World Federation of Rose Society Hall of Fame inductee in 1997.Use this climbing rose on trellises, arbors, fences, pergolas, and walls.* Fast Growing* Heat Tolerant* Cold Hardy.
The Rose ‘Blaze Improved Climbing Rose’, / Rosa sp. ‘Blaze’ is a branching, large-flowered climbing rose with mid-green leaves. It is smothered in clusters of cupped, semi-double red flowers from spring until fall. It’s a very attractive and reliable rose and shows good disease resistance.This rose is one of the best red climbing roses you can grow in your garden. One of the best and easiest climbers to train since the canes are very flexible. It’s an impressive sight in full bloom. The cheerful scarlet red flowers form sheets of color in the summer. Pruning should not be done the first two years, since climbing roses need time to build flowering rose canes. This magnificent classic climbing rose can grace walls, fences and trellises. Blaze is so resilient its like a no maintenance rose, so you just plant it and enjoy it year after year!.
A Climbing Rose with Cutting Length Flower Stems Royal Gold is a grand statement rose. With its big, bright lemon yellow flowers and deep green leaves, this climber makes quite an impression.Having been around since the mid-50’s, this rose has earned its status as a beautiful and classic climber. Skyrocketing up an arbor or scrambling along a fence, Royal Gold quickly makes its mark in your landscape. This rose will climb over your doorway and practically yell “Welcome!” to everyone who comes to visit. As if that weren’t enough, these roses give off a fruity scent that gets stronger in the heat.It would almost be a waste if the cheery yellow color and great fragrance were confined to the garden. Thanks to the flowers being born on long, strong stems, though, you can cut vases full of flowers for your table all season long.This is an older, classic rose, so some of the disease and pest resistance of the more modern roses won’t be found in Royal Gold. It only takes a little TLC and a good spray schedule, though, to keep this rose happy. You won’t regret the effort. We bet this will even become one of your favorite roses because of the extra care you give it.Enjoy this lovely rose in your garden this year. Call Nature Hills now to order.* Classic yellow climbing rose* Great fruity fragrance* Strong cutting stems.
Seductive Red Climbing Rose with Intense Fragrance and Months of BloomsIt’s not a stretch to see why this amazing rose was named after the famous seducer Don Juan. The romantic deep red color, the intense old rose fragrance. The heavy, huge flower heads hanging from strong canes. The climbing Rose Don Juan is the standard by which all other climbing roses are judged, and are often found coming up short.The large double blooms of this climber appear throughout the summer and fall. The 3 to 4 inch wide blooms are packed with 30 to 35 petals, and are such great cut flowers that when you see them in a vase you’ll be forgiven for thinking they are exhibition quality hybrid teas.Plant them somewhere in easy reach so that you can enjoy their strong fragrance and cut a few to bring indoors. They’ll need a support – a trellis, a wall or a pillar.Plant Don Juan in full sun and it will attain a mature height of 12 to 14 feet very quickly. Unlike many roses, Don Juan laughs off heat and humidity, so it is a spectacular garden rose in the south. It is a repeat bloomer, too, so you will be treated to roses all season long.Many breeders have tried to duplicate the success of the Don Juan climbing rose, but it is hard to improve perfection. Don’t deprive your garden of this perfect rose any longer! Buy a pair from Nature Hills today before they’re gone.* Deep red color that doesn’t fade * Intensely Fragrant * Covered in cutting quality blooms all season.
The Rose Fourth of July™, Rosa ‘Fourth of July’ PP11518, produces an eye-popping array of large clusters of ruffled blooms that are striped red and white with gold stamens. This very fragrant climber produces long lasting blooms that blooms and reblooms in the very first season. This rose is hardy and has very good vigor. The flashy green foliage provides a great backgound for the colorful blooms. The climbing canes will reach 12 to 14 feet at matuity..
A Kaleidoscope of ColorJoseph’s Coat is a modern, climbing rose valued for its uniquely colorful blooms. Imagine one of these covering a fence in your yard or gracing a decorative arbor. With a little determination, you can even train your Joseph’s Coat into a small shrub to accent your perennial bed.Your Joseph’s Coat is one of the most popular of the climbing roses available today. The blooms start out as red buds, then soon bloom into a kaleidoscope of color. As the 3-4 inch blossoms develop, you’ll be treated to a delightful blend of golden-oranges and butter-yellows, intermixed with flame-touched edges.It’s a multi-toned symphony of floral brilliance that is sure to leave you and your neighbors dazzled! Joseph’s Coat grows in an upright nature, its glossy, dark green leaves nicely filling out its 10-12 foot form. The canes are flexible enough to make training them relatively easy and pruning is likewise a simple matter. Pest and disease resistant, your Joseph’s Coat is also tolerant of a variety of conditions. Joseph’s Coat is a repeat bloomer, gracing your yard with the lightly fragrant, semi-double flowers from late spring up until early fall. The blooms even do well as a cut flower, so you can bring a few inside as well.If you’re looking for a something unique in a small climber then Joseph’s Coat is for you. Hardy and easy to train, plus uniquely colorful blooms that put on a show all summer long, Joseph’s Coat Climbing Rose is a superb choice for your yard this year.* Unique flower colors * Re-bloomer * Great cut flowers.
One of the Hardiest Climbing RosesWilliam Baffin is a hardy, climbing rose. Plant one of these brilliant beauties on the arbor in your garden, the trellis by your front door or perhaps train one into a decorative shrub for your front lawn. No matter where you use it, William Baffin is a reliable source of color for your yard.Your William Baffin will explode with hot-pink brilliance in June. The semi-double blooms burst forth on the scene in huge clusters (of up to 30 blossoms each), that blanket the vine with unprecedented color and form. The flowers continue to bloom, over-and-over again right into fall, so you’re assured of a long season of exceptional color. Your William Baffin not only excels in appearance but also in fragrance, emitting a soft, gentle scent that calls you in for a closer look. William Baffin will grow up to 10 feet. It’s fast growing, vigorous and disease resistant. The canes are quite strong, so can be left to their natural climbing nature, or pruned to create a colorful shrub. William Baffin is cold hardy as well.Some people would say that William Baffin is arguably the hardiest repeat blooming climber available (especially for northern gardeners), and that certainly seems to be the case. It can be difficult to find a climbing rose that will perform consistently, with strong color and form, and also provide hardiness and ease of care. William Baffin is certainly a rose that fulfills those requirements, and is ready to provide your home with those same attributes this year.* Spring to fall roses * Fragrant * Fast growing * Good disease resistance * Cold tolerant * Great cut flowers.
Majestic Blooms Spring through FallWhat could possibly compare with the sight of brilliantlyblooming roses in your yard, shimmering in the summer sun as they cast a spicysweet scent upon the afternoon breeze! The only thing that could add to this majestic picture is having those roses appear, not on the traditional bush, but rather in the unique form of a tree.Iceberg is the tree version of an already remarkable rose variety. It is sure to amaze you with its prolific bloom of ruffled, pristine white roses, each with a slight flush of yellow at its center. The 2 to 4inch blossoms feature a petal count of 40, and appear in clusters amid the dark green, glossy foliage.As an added decorative bonus, some of your roses may appear with the faintest hint of dainty pink as they begin their bloom. A delicate fragrance is another advantage of this remarkable rose variety, with a scent that is not too strong or sweet, but has just the right spicyhoneyed scent for drawing beneficial pollinators to your yard.Your Iceberg Tree Rose is a deciduous shrub rose trained into a tree form. It will grow to about 3 feet in height and has a full and wellshaped crown. Iceberg is a versatile tree rose, outstanding even in some slight shade (although it prefers full sun). It would look spectacular in containers lining your patio or planted en mass to line a romantic walkway. A simple prune in late winter/early spring, and occasional deadheading, will improve your overall display.However, Iceberg is naturally a longblooming rose that will provide you with a burst of blooms in spring and fall, with a sporadic blooms inbetween. Iceberg is one of the bestselling of the floribunda roses, is highly rated with the American Rose Society and is an awardwinner with the Royal Horticultural Society. Considering its popularity, this tree form of Iceberg really puts it over the top! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have one of these incredible roses for your yard this summer.* Amazing fragrance* Works well for containers* Lovely as cut flowers* Good disease resistance.
Limited Quantity Antique Rose Zephirine Drouhin Rose is a vigorous climbing rose that puts on an incredible show when in full bloom! This old-fashioned classic is often in demand, but generally hard to find. One is sure to look amazing climbing your garden wall, along a fence or on a trellis by your entryway. Your Zephirine Drouhin is a remarkable climbing rose for several reasons. It’s a vigorous climber so you won’t have to fuss with it to see results. It’s also nearly thornless, so when you do decide to work with it, you don’t have to worry as much about risking injury to do so. Perhaps most amazing, Zephirine Drouhin (unlike many roses), actually thrives in shade, giving you the option of growing roses where they usually wouldn’t do well. It’s even disease resistant and winter hardy!As if the Zephirine Drouhin’s remarkable qualities aren’t enough, it’s also incredibly beautiful and prolific in bloom. An abundance of 4-inch, deep-pink, semi-double flowers appear in May and continue on until frost. You’ll enjoy their sweet fragrance all summer and into fall. Foliage appears a delightful bronze and matures to a glossy, dark green hue that is thick and vibrant in appearance. Even after the foliage drops in autumn, the purplish coloring of the canes adds an attractive accent to the winter landscape.Zephirine Drouhin will grow 10-12 feet, adding height to your garden and elevating its spectacular, floral display to eye-level. It’s an absolute must-have if you’re seeking an antique, climbing rose with gorgeous pink color that’s also incredibly hardy and easy to care for. We have secured a very limited quantity of this hard-to-find, climbing rose, so don’t miss out. Order today.* Long-blooming, fragrant roses* Shade tolerant* Nearly thornless canes* Winter hardy.