Climing rose in shade? - Knowledgebase Question

melbourne, vi
Question by tguliaeva
August 11, 2005
Could you advise me please if it is possible to grow white iceberg floribunda climbing rose in the shade?

Which flowering evergreen climbing plants can grow in the shade?


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Answer from NGA
August 11, 2005

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Climbing roses need full sunshine or they will be prone to diseases and they won't flower for you. Lapageria rosea, the Chilean Bellflower, is an evergreen vine that will grow in the shade. Stephanotis floribunda (Madagascar Jasmine), and Stigmaphyllon ciliatum, the Orchid Vine, will grow in the shade as well.

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