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Candy Land Climbing Rose


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  • 95620
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We ship this item in Spring.


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Description

Just imagine sizable Hybrid-Tea-shaped blossoms carried in huge clusters on a very showy Climber that reblooms readily in the very first season. Now add a color that gives 'eye candy' a whole new meaning with swirls of impetuous pink spun with creamy ivory yellow. Top it all off with some of the most glorious gorgeous glossy foliage in rosedom – lush, clean & apple-green. Vigorous, hardy & easy-to-grow. One of our very best hybrids.

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  • Botanical NameRosa climbing 'WEKrosopela'
  • FormPerennial
  • Hardiness Zone4 to 9
  • Flowering TimeLate spring to fall
  • Light RequirementsFull Sun to Partial Shade
  • Flower ColorRose pink striped ivory yellow
  • Flower FormLarge, classically formed. Around 25 petals.
  • Foliage TypeMedium to dark green, glossy leather foliage
  • Growth RateMedium
  • Height/Habit10 - 12 feet
  • Spread4 - 6 feet
  • Planting InstructionsDig a hole 12-18" deep and wide enough so all of the roots can be spread out without touching the sides. Mix in leaf mold, peat moss, manure or compost. Fill hole halfway with water and let soil settle and water drain. Fill remainder of hol and water thoroughly. Mound loose soil up around canes to protect the plant from sudden temperature changes.
  • Soil RequirementsWell drained
  • Will TolerateClay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • PruningPrune in early spring, when about half the growth buds swell. First remove any dead or damaged canes. Next cut back about 1/3 to 1/2 the previous year's growth. Remove any crossing canes or suckers.

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