Climbing & Tree Roses

Pink and Red Climbing Roses

There are so many wonderful ways roses can be used in your garden landscape. Climbing roses and tree roses are just two of those! At SummerWinds Nursery, we offer an array of roses for your every gardening desire.

Climbing Roses

Climbing roses can be trained to grow on walls, posts, trellises, arbors and much more! Whether you want to add a whimsical splash of twisting color, add interest and texture to an otherwise bare wall, or if you want to create some privacy, climbing roses can help you accomplish these garden goals!

Most Climbing roses grow anywhere from 8'–20' in height and exhibit repeat-blooms. They lack the ability to cling to supports on their own, and must be manually trained and tied over structures such as arbors. Climbing roses are great for arbors and entry ways. They flower on green canes that get direct sun light and only require pruning every other to every third year to remove gray wood.

Click on any of the blue rose names below to view a picture of that variety and to learn more about it...

For availability, please contact your local SummerWinds Nursery.

Some of our favorite climbing roses include:

  • America™ (Climbing Rose)
    America Climbing Rose

    This very fragrant, award-winning rose is a fast growing, vigorous climber with medium green foliage. It boasts numerous perfectly shaped large coral flowers throughout the season. Its fragrance is best described as strong and spicy.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: 10 to 12 feet tall
    • Blooms: Large, fragrant blooms with 45-50 petals
    • Landscape Uses: Barrier, Cutting Garden, Espalier, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Urban Garden

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/rose/america-rose

  • Blaze (Climbing Rose)
    Blaze Climbing Rose

    This low-maintenance rose is one of our favorites. Enjoy a light fragrance and cascades of pure red color among leather green foliage as this variety climbs on wood, walls and more.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Climbs 12 to 14 feet tall
    • Blooms: Medium-size blooms of 20-25 petals
    • Landscape Uses: Barrier, Cutting Garden, Espalier, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Urban Garden

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/rose/blaze

  • Cecile Brunner (Climbing Rose)
    Cecile Brunner Climbing Rose

    This variety is particularly wonderful for cut miniature bouquets. It boasts petite, delicate, pointed buds that open to be large sprays of fragrant, light pink, double-blooms.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Moderate growing; flexible canes reach 10 to 20 feet long, 3 to 6 feet wide.
    • Key Features:  Showy, fragrant flowers
    • Blooms: Spring through fall
    • Landscape Uses: Barrier, Cutting Garden, Espalier, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Urban Garden

    Source: https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/2298/cecile-brunner-climbing-rose/

  • Don Juan Rose (Climbing Rose)
    Don Juan Climbing Rose

    This variety has seduced gardeners for over 50 years with its dark, velvety blooms that boast a strong rose fragrance.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: 12 to 14 feet tall
    • Blooms:  Large blooms with 30-35 petals
    • Landscape Uses: Barrier, Cutting Garden, Espalier, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Urban Garden

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/climbing-rose/don-juan

  • Joseph's Coat (Climbing Rose)
    Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose

    Adored for a kaleidoscope of colors ranging from yellow to scarlet, and orange to carmine, the blooms of this lightly fragrant rose grow among apple green colored glossy foliage.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: 10 to 12 feet tall
    • Blooms:  Medium blooms with 23-38 petals
    • Landscape Uses: Barrier, Cutting Garden, Espalier, Privacy Screen, Specimen, Urban Garden

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/climbing-rose/josephs-coat

  • White Dawn

Tree Roses

Tree Roses

Tree roses are actually two different roses combined into a single plant. It consists of a root stock grown up as a trunk and the canopy, which is the desired variety. A tree rose is essentially just a normal 'bush' rose two, three, or four feet off the ground. Tree roses make a great garden accent and do require a good strong stake to support their blooms.  

Click on any of the blue rose names below to view a picture of that variety and to learn more about it...

Available seasonally, while supplies last - where indicated below.

Selection Includes: 

  • Angel Face (Floribunda Rose) - Available while supplies last
    Angel Face Floribunda Rose

    This modern rose boasts ruffled petals with a pure, vivid lavender color and a strong citrus fragrance, alongside leathery foliage.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree 
    • Blooms: Medium blooms with 25-30 petals
    • Landscape Uses:  Border, container, hedge, mass planting, specimen

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/rose/angel-face-rose

  • Brick House - Available while supplies last
  • Brandy™ (Hybrid Tea Rose) - Available while supplies last
    Brandy Hybrid Tea Rose

    This Hybrid Tea variety boasts huge apricot blooms with a robust fragrance, dark green foliage and thick, upright stems that are great for cutting.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Blooms: Large apricot blooms with 30-35 petals
    • Landscape Uses:  Barrier, border, container, cutting garden, mass planting

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/rose/brandy-rose

  • California Dreamin' - Available while supplies last
  • Tree Rose

  • Double Delight® (Hybrid Tea Rose) - Call your local SummerWinds Nursery for availability
    Double Delight Rose

    The Double Delight® is a multicolored rose with deep green foliage and a strong spice fragrance. It boasts beautiful, large tea-shaped blooms with 30-35 petals with a creamy-white center and a strawberry-red edge. A member of the Rose Hall of Fame as of 1985.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Key Features:  Continual blooming
    • Blooms: Late spring/early summer through fall
    • Landscape Uses:  Barrier, border, container, cutting garden, mass planting

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/hybrid-tea-rose/double-delight

  • Honor - Available while supplies last
  • Ingrid Bergman - Available while supplies last
  • Intrigue - Available while supplies last
  • Legends™ (Hybrid Tea Rose) - Call your local SummerWinds Nursery for availability
    Legends Hybrid Tea Rose

    This rose boasts monstrous buds and gigantic blooms of rich, bright ruby red color that lasts for the life of its blossoms. Immensely large petals open to ruffled, slightly fragrant 5-8 inch blossoms.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Blooms:  Very large blooms with approx. 30 petals
    • Landscape Uses:  Barrier, border, container, cutting garden, mass planting

    Source: https://www.weeksroses.com/product/legends/roses

  • Midas Touch - Available while supplies last
  • Olympiad™ (Hybrid Tea Rose) - Available while supplies last
    Olympiad Hybrid Tea Rose

    Bright, true red blooms grow among grey-green foliage and boast a light, fruity fragrance.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Blooms:  Medium blooms with 30-35 petals
    • Landscape Uses:  Barrier, border, container, cutting garden, mass planting

    Source: https://www.starrosesandplants.com/plants/hybrid-tea-rose/olympiad

  • Peace (Hybrid Tea Rose) - Available while supplies last
    Peace Hybrid Tea Rose

    Tremendously fragrant, this fully double, pink-flushed, primrose-yellow blooming rose is long-lasting and showy.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Blooms:  Showy flowers bloom late spring through early fall
    • Landscape Uses:  Barrier, border, container, cutting garden, mass planting

    Source: https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/3314/peace-hybrid-tea-rose/

  • Polynesian Punch - Available while supplies last
  • Romantica - Available while supplies last
  • White Iceberg Shrub Rose (Floribunda Rose) - Available while supplies last
    Icberg Rose

    This widely recognized rose is appreciated for its profusion of bright white, summer-long, free-flowering blooms and vigorous growth.

    • Light: At least a half-day of sun to full sun; keep away from reflective hot walls
    • Water:  Needs regular watering—weekly, or more often in extreme heat or in containers
    • Average Landscape Size: Approximately a 36-inch tall tree
    • Key Features:  Profusion of showy flowers
    • Blooms: Late spring to early fall; no significant fragrance
    • Landscape Uses:  Border, container, hedge, mass planting, specimen

    Source: https://www.monrovia.com/plant-catalog/plants/5759/white-iceberg-shrub-rose/


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