We present to your attention 12 excellent varieties of climbing roses, which have proven themselves well in the conditions of Belarus. All of them not only tolerate frosts down to -35 ° C, but also look great. Beauty, unpretentiousness and winter hardiness in one bottle!

aloha

The first thing that catches your eye at the sight of this variety is dense densely double flowers of incredible color. At first glance, you won’t even understand what color they are. And only when you come closer and breathe in their rich fruity aroma, you understand what’s the matter. It turns out that all the petals have a gradient color, at the base they are apricot, closer to the center their color gradually changes to pink, and towards the tips it turns into red. This is how that amazing effect is created that leaves no one indifferent.

In the treasury of the advantages of the Aloha variety, you can also add abundant flowering twice a season, the ability of flowers not to fade for a long time in the cut, and good resistance to rain.

Plants look very beautiful near the walls and columns. However, signs of climbing may not appear in all specimens of this variety. Some of them, despite all the tricks, persistently continue to develop in the form of a bush. But will this stop a true connoisseur of roses?

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2.5-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Alchemist

The appearance of the Alchemist flowers is fully consistent with the name of the variety. Due to the double color of the petals (inner pink and outer yellow), the flowers change color throughout the season: golden yellow at the beginning, over time they become apricot, and then completely acquire a rich pink color. Also, during the season, the shape of the flowers also changes: at first they are cup-shaped, and then the petals begin to bend down, forming the classic shape of an old rose.

But the leaves are the exact opposite of flowers. They are not very beautiful at the Alchemist and are often affected by black spotting. Nevertheless, this variety is considered one of the most beautiful among the single-blooming climbers. Be sure to plant it in your garden if you want to make it more cozy and romantic. Just choose the right place. It should be a sunny area with fertile and moderately moist soil, which has a slightly acidic or neutral reaction.

NOTE : If you are going to grow an Alchemist climbing rose on a support, direct the shoots in the right directions while they are young and bend well. Over time, they become very tough, and it will not be easy to cope with them. But it is precisely for this reason that the variety is ideal for growing in the form of a scrub (shrub).

Bloom

June August

Shoot length

2-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

golden carpet

Elegant golden-cream semi-double flowers with wavy petals along the edge do not fade or fade in the sun. And against the background of dark green foliage, they look even more impressive. Dense dense bushes Golden Carpet are perfect for growing on supports along the walls of the house, they very beautifully braid arches and pergolas, and can also be used as ground cover roses. If they are let on the ground, in a few years they will spread over it in a huge beautiful motley carpet.

The variety is resistant to powdery mildew and black spot, grows equally well both in the sun and in partial shade and is absolutely undemanding to the soil. In the conditions of the middle lane, adult bushes winter well without shelter.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2.5 m

Frost resistance

-35°С

Golden Showers

Do you want the sun to settle in your garden? Then the climbing rose Golden Showers is what you need! Golden yellow semi-double flowers with wavy petals and red stamens in the center look just magical! Just do not plant plants in the sun — there the flowers quickly fade to lemon, or even to cream color.

An interesting feature of the variety is that after an abundant first flowering, buds continue to appear on the shoots throughout the summer (there are few of them, but, nevertheless, they are). And then closer to autumn comes the second abundant flowering — and everything repeats again!

Unlike many other climbing roses, Golden Showers flowers grow on long peduncles. Therefore, they can not only be admired in the garden, but also used to make bouquets. And if you don’t really like the climbing form, just cut the shoots shorter and grow this rose in the form of a scrub (bush).

Bloom

June-September

Shoot length

2.5-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Impressionist

This variety got its name due to the incredible variety of shades of its densely double flowers. Impressionist artists became famous for the same unusual play of colors.

It is extremely difficult to describe the entire palette of colors and shades. Each large flower (about 10 cm in diameter) has its own unique color, consisting of different shades of apricot, salmon pink, golden red, peach-coral flowers. Moreover, the motley color of the Impressionist flowers does not fade throughout the entire flowering period.

This variety differs from many others in good health, resistance to rain, high frost resistance and an elegant rich aroma, reminiscent of an expensive perfume.

Bloom

July-October

Shoot length

2.5-3.5 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Coral Dawn

This variety is a clear proof that beautiful is not always lush and voluminous. Short coral-pink petals, collected in dense spherical buds, are evenly spaced along the entire length of the lashes, firmly adhere to the shoots and bloom continuously throughout the summer.

And, despite all this, the Coral Dawn variety is completely unpretentious. This is one of the few climbing roses that can grow in shady places and in poor soil. However, do not abuse these qualities too much and do not forget to periodically feed the bushes, because their flowering directly depends on this. Also remember that this beauty blooms on last year’s shoots. Therefore, spring pruning must be done very carefully and without fanaticism, so as not to cut the branches on which buds should appear this season.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Lavinia

This climbing rose is rightfully considered one of the best in its group. During flowering, Lavinia bushes are simply buried in pink flowers, exuding a strong sweet aroma with fruity notes. Moreover, there are so many flowers that because of them the leaves are practically invisible. This whole extravaganza lasts throughout the summer and ends only with the onset of autumn frosts.

This rose is capable of not only wrapping around arches and pergolas. Thanks to its powerful and thick shoots, it can be grown without support in the form of a scrub. When choosing a place in the garden for Lavinia, keep in mind that this variety prefers well-lit areas protected from drafts and cold north winds, does not tolerate close groundwater at all (closer than 2 m) and prefers neutral or slightly acidic soil (acidic and alkaline soil not suitable for this plant.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Mont Blanc

A distinctive feature of this variety is the most delicate, densely double flowers of cream, white or pale pink, exuding a strong, heady aroma, which spreads throughout the garden during flowering. An additional touch of charm is added by large glossy dark green leaves, which shade the buds very favorably.

During the season, this rose blooms once, extremely rarely twice, but its flowering is plentiful and long. Bushes look very beautiful in columns and pyramids, landscape designers often twist arches with them and use them as a “living” wall along buildings, decorate gazebos and balconies with them, and use them in compositions with other varieties of roses.

Just keep in mind that powerful, vigorous bushes of the Mont Blanc variety need a good solid support. Otherwise, this climbing rose is not at all capricious: it is not afraid of diseases, does not need shelter, and does not require any special care measures.

Bloom

June-November

Shoot length

3-4 m

Frost resistance

-35°С

New Dawn

This variety was bred 90 years ago, but to this day it remains incredibly in demand. And all thanks to the most delicate light pink cupped flowers, good growth strength, resistance to major diseases and winter hardiness. Plus, the flowers of the New Dawn variety do not fade in the sun and do not lose their attractive appearance even after prolonged rains.

Quite long drooping shoots are formed on the bush, due to which the adult bush turns out to be quite wide. This property can be very advantageously used by using New Dawn for vertical gardening and masking unsightly buildings on the site.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2-2.5 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Pink Cloud

The name of this variety is translated into Russian as «pink cloud». And indeed it is! Dark pink densely double flowers grow in racemes of 5-15 pieces, and these brushes are so large and weighty that they cannot maintain a vertical position, gracefully bending under their own weight.

Pink Cloud blooms most abundantly in early summer, followed by two less abundant waves. Florists all over the world are very fond of this variety for its stability, disease resistance, good winter hardiness. The flowers of this climbing rose are resistant to rain and do not fade in the sun. Therefore, regardless of the weather, the bushes always look elegant, as if the flowers bloomed on them only yesterday.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Paul Scarlet

This climbing rose blooms only once a season, but how! During flowering, such a huge number of bright red semi-double flowers are formed on the bushes that because of them the foliage is simply not visible. Paul Scarlet immediately after its introduction to the market has become an incredibly popular variety among gardeners. And all because it is not only very beautiful, but also incredibly hardy: it calmly puts up with partial shade and growing on poor soil, it is winter-hardy, resistant to major diseases and looks great in almost any conditions, its flowers are not afraid of rain or bright sun. .

The only thing that can cause trouble is susceptibility to powdery mildew. But given that there are now many effective preventive drugs, you should not have any problems. Paul Scarlet is an excellent variety that deserves to take pride of place in your garden.

Bloom

June-October

Shoot length

2-3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

Pink pearl

The main feature of this variety is the most delicate apricot-pink semi-double flowers with wavy petals. If the weather is favorable, you will see not two, but three waves of Pink Pearl blooms per season, the last of which will last until late autumn.

The aroma of the flowers of this climbing rose is very light and unobtrusive, but at the same time very interesting and recognizable. And the bright green shiny leaves are not affected by powdery mildew, so even in a damp summer, when all the neighbors tirelessly spray their rose bushes against diseases, you can engage in more useful and enjoyable activities.

The shoots of the Pink Pearl are quite long and tenacious, they perfectly twine arbors, arches, pyramids, columns and trellises. Also, this rose can be used to form weeping standard forms.

Bloom

July-October

Shoot length

up to 3 m

Frost resistance

-28°C

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As you can see, there are not so few winter-hardy varieties of climbing roses. Breeders have worked hard to bring out specimens with very different shapes and colors of flowers. You just have to choose the varieties you like, plant them in the most prominent place in the garden and enjoy the unusually beautiful flowering.

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