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5 WHITE CLIMBING ROSE Rosa Bush Vine Climber Fragrant Butterfly Flower Seeds

5 WHITE CLIMBING ROSE Rosa Bush Vine Climber Fragrant Butterfly Flower Seeds

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NAME: White Climbing Rose


SCIENTIFIC NAME: Rosa


COLOR: White


PLANT SEEDS: Fall sow seeds or cold stratify


BLOOM TIME: Early - Late Summer Repeat Bloomer!


HARDINESS ZONE: 6 - 9


PLANT HEIGHT: 8 - 12'


PLANT SPACING: 6 - 8'


LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade


SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average


QUANTITY: 5 Seeds


OTHER: Climbing Roses are similar to rose bushes, except they have climbing canes that allow them to climb upward. These climbers can be grown in a beautiful display covering arbors or arches, or climbing up a fence or trellis. They can be made into a wonderful privacy screen or to cover up something unsightly. Once they begin to grow, simply point them in the right direction or loosely tie the canes & they will climb upward. The huge double blooms of this climbing rose are fragrant, & will attract bees & butterflies. They are repeat bloomers, & have a long bloom time. Roses make an excellent cut flower and these large blooms will last for up to 2 weeks once cut. They are also a popular dried flower.


About the White Rose - The White Rose is also called the Bridal Rose because it was traditionally used in wedding ceremonies before the red rose was discovered. White Roses symbolize unity, young love, the new bond of loves pureness, love & romance, innocence & purity, virtue, & new beginnings. They have also come to symbolize honor & reverence.


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