Rose of the Year 2023 - Climbing Rose 'Peach Melba' (Bare Root)

  
£19.99
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  • Winner of the Rose of the Year for 2023 – Enjoy bloom after bloom of breath-taking peachy-pink flowers which will grow for months on end with a heavenly scent!
  • Boasting an abundance of glossy green foliage which acts as the perfect backdrop to showcase the delightful blooms on this shorter-climbing variety.
  • Repeat flowering climbing rose with a delightfully sweet fragrance
  • Resistant to blackspot, mildew and rust.
  • Supplied as a bare-root plant (dormant Oct-Mar) ready to plant now.
Product Information
Winner of the Rose of the Year for 2023, this climbing rose has an abundance of glossy green foliage which frames the peach and strawberry, cup-shaped, fragrant blooms beautifully. The leaves hold well remaining late in the season to offer great coverage.

This free-flowering shorter climbing variety produces a multitude of stunningly unique blooms that continue over a long period, providing an eye-catching focal-point which will attract pollinators to the garden. This hardy climbing rose is a strong and reliable rose with a resilience to blackspot, mildew and rust. A superb addition to grow over small walls and fences.

Height: 200cm Spread: 150cm

Supplied as a bare-root plant (dormant Oct-Mar) ready to plant now.

Caring for your Bare Root Rose
On receipt, soak the roots in water for at least two hours (overnight is better).
Planting in Ground
Select an appropriate spot for your rose, making sure that you give it enough space to grow
Dig a hole twice the width of the roots, fork over the bottom to loosen the soil
Add some good quality fertiliser eg. Blood Fish & Bone
Aim to plant at the same depth as the soil mark on the trunk. Holding the rose upright with one hand, slowly backfill the hole with soil.
Use your heel to compact the soil around the rose to ensure good contact with the roots
Planting In Pots
If you’re planting into pots, place some old rocks, stones, or gravel in the bottom of the pot for drainage
Always try to use the best compost you can buy
Add some sand or grit to aid drainage
You are again aiming to plant to the depth of the soil mark. Firm down as you fill and press down hard with your heel when the pot is full

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