Candy Land Climbing RoseSKU: 95619A
$24.99 to $59.99
LightFull Sun to Partial Shade
Zone4 to 9
Soil RequirementWell drained
DescriptionJust 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 Name Rosa climbing 'WEKrosopela'
- Form Perennial
- Hardiness Zone 4 to 9
- Flowering Time Late spring to fall
- Light Requirements Full Sun, Partial Shade
- Flower Color Rose pink striped ivory yellow
- Flower Form Large, classically formed. Around 25 petals.
- Foliage Type Medium to dark green, glossy leather foliage
- Growth Rate Medium
- Height/Habit 10-12'
- Spread 4 - 6 feet
- Planting Instructions Dig 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 Requirements Well drained
- Will Tolerate Clay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
- Pruning Prune 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.
Enchanting Candy Land Roses offer a sweet feast for the eyes and a crisp, captivating fragrance. Their lush foliage provides privacy as well. Vigorous 10- to 12-foot canes, abundant with glossy green leaves, support masses of sensational blooms whose bubblegum pink petals are streaked with creamy pale yellow. Fabulous, disease-resistant Candy Land climbing roses produce gorgeous blossoms from spring until autumn.
Bareroot plants arrive in the spring, just at planting time. Plant them flush with the ground surface and don't bury the crown. Candy Land roses do well in zones 4 through 10 in full sun to partial shade, although full sun encourages earlier, more prolific blooming. Hardy and healthy, these easy-going, eager plants are not particular about soil type as long as adequate drainage is provided.
Easily trained to climb up arbors, trellises and rose towers as long as enough support is provided, Candy Land rose climbers are especially well suited to fences, as climbing roses generally produce more flowers when their canes grow horizontally. They are thus able to create a beautiful and effective privacy barrier.
Wending their way up and around deck railings, these extravagant climbers create an atmosphere of delicious, fragrant beauty. Grace your yard with Candy Land climbing roses and savor the beauty and aroma of these sumptuous flowers.