The symbolism of rose colors is steeped in tradition. Roses inspired people over thousands of years to develop a language of color.
Common name(s): Climbing rose
Flower color: Purple
Max reachable height: 8 to 20 feet
Sunlight: Warm temperature always preferred and grown best when grown separately.
Soil: Rose are grown in well-drained soil with optimum sunlight. Clay or loamy soil are ideal.
Water: Rose plant can survive drought but they thrive to have a thrive rose plant, keep the soil moist all the time. That means when top soil is removed by few cent meter, the soil should still be moist. For that, the soil must be soaked to 6 to 8 inch deep and not just sprinkle the water.
Keep the rose plant moist all the time but never allow the roots to sit in water otherwise they will rot, also the plant becomes more vulnerable to diseases.
Temperature: Temperatures ranging from -40°F to more than 100°F.
Fertilizer: During active growth and blooming stage, rose plants need more fertilizing. The plant need frequently feeding and generously.
Roses are grown every which way. They can be pruned into shrubs and trees, grown in containers, or they can be allowed to run wild—any way you like to help you savor their beauty and heavenly scent. And while some enthusiasts love a manicured rose garden, others favor the freedom and vigorous growth habit and appearance of climbing roses.
Climbers can be trained to scale up and over gazebos, trellises, arbors, fences, and walls, softening the appearance of otherwise plain wood, metal, or stone structure. A vining or climbing rose also serves as a focal point wherever you plant it, providing eye-catching flower color and sense-tingling fragrance. Here are 10 climbing roses that promise both stunning looks and an unmistakably rosy perfume.
Disclaimer: The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.