Climbing Roses - Knowledgebase Question

Miami, Fl
Question by christasue
January 10, 2010
When should climbing roses be planted and what kind do you recommend?
Also does Home Depot carry roses suitable for planting in Florida?

Answer from NGA
January 10, 2010


Bareroot roses should be planted in the winter (Jan - Feb); containerized roses can be planted in the spring or in the fall. Climbing roses that have been grown successfully in Florida include: Rosa banksiae (cultivars 'Lutea' and 'Alba'), Rosa laevigata, cultivars 'Cr?puscule', 'Fellemberg', 'Mar?chal Neil', 'Don Juan, 'Blossomtime', 'Catherine Nelson', and 'Spectra'. Look for these varieties in your Home Depot garden center. Enjoy!

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