'Kiftsgate' Fragrant Climbing Rose Bush, Creamy-White Flowers With Golden Stamens
'Kiftsgate' Fragrant Climbing Rose, Creamy-White Flowers With Golden Stamens
Strong 2yr Branched Bare Root Plant
These are bare rooted plants which can be planted from October - April and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant. The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year.
A strong, vigorous climber capable of climbing to considerable heights.
Common Name: Climbing Rose
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Moist, Sandy
The fragrant, creamy white flowers with golden stamens are borne in huge cascading trusses in mid-summer, followed by thousands of small, red hips in the autumn. The foliage is large, profuse and glossy, green tinted copper when young. It also changes to rich russet in autumn. It tolerates considerable shade and consequently it is an ideal subject for climbing into trees.
For the bare root planting instructions, please click here.
Excellent plants ready to go in spring
All plants ordered were very good. Due to heavy snow they are all heeled in, till they can be planted.
Great sized Plant!
From purchase to planting this has been a very good experience. With plenty of growth and healthy long stems this lovely rose is sure to race away when spring arrives.
Product was securely packaged, promptly dispatched and I had an email advising me of its expected arrival. Thank you for the exemplary service!
Excellent plant, but packaging needs reviewing
I realise that the plant needed protecting but with so much tape put tightly around it, it took over 15 minutes to remove all the packaging, nearly damaging the rose in the process
Dormant, bare rooted review
I can't give a true review as the item is dormant and bare rooted, however, if it does half as well as the one I already have, it will be top class. I was informed of my purchase and kept informed about delivery etc. It came really fast and was so well packaged I couldn't get into it.