Rose (Climbing) Schoolgirl - Bare Root Growing Chart
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Rose (Climbing) Schoolgirl - Bare Root
- A modern rose climber
- Good disease resistance
- Fully double copper-orange flowers
- Repeat-flowering every year
Rose Schoolgirl Climbing is a beautiful copper-orange flower that has fully double flowers with layers and layers of colourful petals. Every flower opens loosely and flatter that other varieties giving an alternative look to an average rose. These blooms stand out as they creep over walls, fences or trellis as the light green foliage is sparser than other varieties.
Introduced in 1964, rose variety Schoolgirl has flamboyant frilly flowers and a beautiful strong scent that will fill your garden, no matter the size. Plant in pots on the patio by a wall and add trellis to tie in stems as your plant grows. The dark green leaves contrasting to the pink and apricot flowers catch everyone’s eye.
Climbing rose Schoolgirl is hardy and disease-resistant. We recommend that you dead-head regularly and Schoolgirl will produce flowers over and over again through the summer.
To get the get best results, treat your plants to a rich, moist soil like John Innes No3. and position where they will receive full or partial sun. You will then be treated to a yearly display of fragrant roses.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x Bare Root Climbing Rose
- Height Up To: 3m / 10ft
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