Tall Shrub Roses That Can Be Used Both as Bush Roses and Climbing Roses (Part 1)

Tall Shrub Roses That Can Be Used Both as Bush Roses and Climbing Roses (Part 1)

Below is the basic information about the tall shrub rose varieties that can be grown either as shrubs or climbers at Pemdas Garden.

  1. Vineyard Song rose

- Origin: Bred by Ralph S. Moore, introduced in the USA in 1999.

- Characteristics: Trailing climbing habit, mature height 150-200cm.

- Color: Pink-purple, Wine purple, Pink.

- Flower size: 2-3 cm, blooms in large clusters, flower clusters last 7-10 days.

- Fragrance: Fruity scent mixed with herbs.

- Repeat blooming: All year round, every 3-4 weeks.

- Disease resistance: Very good.

 

  1. Sophie Rochas rose

- Origin: Bred by Delbard, France in 2017.

- Characteristics: Tall bushy plant that can be trained to climb, mature height 150-180 cm.

- Color: Pink, Blush pink.

- Flower size: Large 8-12 cm.

- Flower longevity: 4-6 days.

- Fragrance: Sweetly fragrant, said to be reminiscent of the perfume 'Femme' by Rochas.

- Repeat blooming: Every 4-5 weeks.

 

  1. Abraham Darby rose

- Origin: Bred by David Austin, introduced in England in 1985.

- Characteristics: Tall shrub, average height 100-150 cm.

- Color: Apricot pink, Peach pink.

- Flower size: 8-12 cm, lasts 5-8 days.

- Fragrance: Fruity scent mixed with hints of Lemon and Lemongrass.

- Repeat blooming: All year round, every 4-5 weeks.

- Disease resistance: Very good.

 

  1. Masora rose

- Origin: Bred by Teizo Yoshiike, introduced in Japan in 2009.

- Characteristics: Tall shrub, average height 120-150 cm.

- Color: Orange, Yellow-orange, Red-orange.

- Flower size: 8-12 cm.

- Flower longevity: 4-6 days.

- Fragrance: Rich fruity scent.

- Repeat blooming: Every 3-4 weeks.

- Disease resistance: Very good.

 

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