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Let gorgeous climbing rose bushes take your gardening skills to new heights. Choose white climbing roses to brighten dark corner walls, or consider pink, red, lavender or yellow climbing rose plants to accent fences, gazebos and trellises. Certain varieties of red climbing roses have been developed to produce brilliant clusters of up to 30 blooms.
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Eye-catching climbing rose bushes add dramatic, colorful flair to trellises, plain walls and fences. Choose white climbing roses for their timeless beauty, or consider other pastel shades such as pink, yellow or orange. Red climbing roses transfer the classic beauty of red rose bushes to vertical spaces for a dazzling effect. In fact, most climbing rose plants are variations of bush-type roses, so gardeners enjoy the benefits of traditional rose plants.
Strong, stunning climbing rose bushes can grow throughout five to six hardiness zones. Look for white climbing roses and other colors to match a range of gardening levels, from those just developing their green thumbs to expert gardeners. Some red climbing roses, along with other shades, are easy to grow, and don't require much maintenance. Strong and lovely, climbing rose plants stand up well against most diseases and insect pests.
The vibrant blooms of climbing rose bushes come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including large single flowers and clusters of small blooms. Not just pretty, white climbing roses and other colors perfume the air with their sweet fragrances, so your arbor or gazebo is continuously, delightfully scented. Consider red climbing roses in place of the usual hedges or screens. Some climbing rose plants can attain spreads up to six feet wide, and, during blooming season, these colorful masses are irresistible to hummingbirds and butterflies.