Rambling Roses

What's the difference between a climber and a rambler? Climbers tend to flower repeatedly throughout the summer whereas ramblers tend to flower once a year. Ramblers are best suited to growing through trees or as ground cover. They grow at great speed so can be very useful coverage. They produce some of the most beautiful hips after flowering.

Name (common name) & Description Conditions Size
Albertine (Rambler) Muddled coppery-pink flowers in profusion in mid summer. Glossy foliage and a rich scent. Excellent for pergolas or arches. Plant in moist, well-drained soil in sun. sun HEIGHT: 3.5m
Emily Gray (Rambler) Clusters of buff yellow, fragrant flowers throughout June and July. Prefers a warm position but will tolerate some shade. shade HEIGHT: 4.5m SPREAD: 3m
Ghislaine de Feligonde (Musk Rambler) Fully double orange-yellow flowers in very large clusters. REPEAT FLOWERING. Healthy, glossy foliage. Almost thornless. Plant in fertile soil in sun or semi shade. sunsemi HEIGHT: 4.5m
Phyllis Bide (Rambler) Relatively thorn-free. Clusters of small, fragrant yellow blooms flushed salmon-pink. REPEAT FLOWERING. Suits North wall. Tolerant of poorer soils. HEIGHT: 3m
Rambling Rector (Rambler) Clusters of scented, double white flowers in July. Good display of small hips in autumn. Vigorous. Suits north walls. Plant in a well-drained soil. HEIGHT: 9m SPREAD: 4.5m
Rambling Rosie (Rambler) Clusters of small semi-double bright red flowers. REPEAT FLOWERING. Disease resistant. Plant in a well-drained soil in sun or semi-shade. sunsemi HEIGHT: 3m SPREAD: 2.5m
Rural England (Rambler) Soft pink flowers in cascading clusters all summer long. HEIGHT: 3m SPREAD: 1.8m
The Albrighton Rambler (English Rambling Rose) Graceful sprays of small, double, blush-pink flowers with a light fragrance of musk. REPEAT FLOWERING. HEIGHT: 3.75m
Wedding Day (Rambler) Single creamy-yellow flowers in mid summer sometimes flushed pink. Very fragrant. Plant in sun in a well-drained soil. sun HEIGHT: 6m SPREAD: 3m

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