This vigorous climber bears long, full-pointed buds which are soft pink and fade to blush-cream as the flower opens fully. They grow up, not out, so require very little horizontal space. Excellent for your favorite trellis or pergola. This is an Earth-Kind cultivar, which means it was identified for its oustanding landscape performance while reducing the need for fertilizer, pesticides and watering. It is also on the short list of roses recommended for West Texas.
New Dawn Rose Vigorous Climber
Before planting, mix in compost with native soil. After planting, add a layer of mulch. Re-mulch ever year. Water during the first year to establish, and then watering will likely not be required in future years (even in drought).