Rose White Star Bare Root

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  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Varieties suitables for cutting
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons
  • Attracts Bees

Climbing Rose White Star is a vigorous but manageable climbing rose with clusters of well scented, semi-double white flowers, each with a showy golden centre and prominent stamens. This white climbing rose is good for growing against a north facing wall and it will also grow in a large container. This makes it a good choice for city courtyard gardens or semi-shaded patios.

The open flowers with easily accessible nectar are very attractive to bees and other pollinating insects.

Combine climbing roses with clematis and honeysuckle for a sensational perfumed display.


Following independent two year trials in the UK Climbing Rose White Star has a Gold Standard Award as a healthy and reliable garden rose. 



Plant roses into good garden soil that has been well dug and weeded; improve poor soil with compost.

Dig a hole wide enough to take the roots of the rose without cramping. Position the rose centrally in the planting hole with the bump on the stem (the graft union) level with the soil surface.

Back fill with soil to cover the rose’s roots, firm in gently and water well.


Your bare root roses will be delivered at the right time for planting, normally between autumn and early spring, depending on weather conditions. Unpack them immediately and plant as soon as possible after delivery.

Your bare root roses will be sent out with full planting and care instructions.

Prune roses to shape in spring.

Deadhead spent flowers as they fade to prolong the display.

Tie climbing roses in to strong supports to prevent wind damage


Flowers June-September

Height 3m/10ft

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Catalogue Number 5140-1120
  • Quantity 1x Bare Root Rose
  • Height 2.75m/9ft
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