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Rose (Climbing) Paul's Scarlet Climber - Bare Root Growing Chart
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Our products are all grown with the utmost care and to high standards of quality. We regularly check our nursery stock to determine exactly when they will be at the optimum time for despatch.
We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
The delivery period shown on your order confirmation indicates when you can expect to receive your order and we will endeavour to despatch your plants in this period within 7-14 days
Rose looks very healthy. Hope it thrives and survives.
They were a present and my Father was thrilled with the qulity
Very pleased with the healthy bareroot roses. Have bought more! Always a good reliable service
Rose (Climbing) Paul's Scarlet Climber - Bare Root
'Paul's Scarlet Climber' is one of our best selling roses and with good reason. It's a vigorous, very free flowering deep-red climbing rose with semi-glossy mid-green foliage. It produces large clusters of double flowers in brilliant, unfading scarlet.
It has very few thorns making stems easy to train the flowers appear freely throughout the summer. It is a perfect rose for planting up a pergola or trained along a fence or wall.
Our roses are supplied bare root and dormant, ready to burst into life in spring. Excellent value for money, they have a minimum of three strong healthy stems to give you a well balanced plant and lots of flowers. Bare root plants establish more quickly and can be planted much earlier than potted roses.
Our bare root roses will be delivered from October to end of April. The approximate height of delivered bare rooted rose is up to 50cm/20in from root to tip.
Plant bare root roses from October-April into well prepared weed free soil. (See our rose growing guide for full planting instructions).See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x Bare Root Rose
- Height 3.5m / 11.4ft
Delivery: Early November to Early March