Exceptionally large flowers are pure pastel pink – a color you rarely see in climbing roses. Like old-fashioned roses in form with a strong, sweet scent, they open all the way to the ground on sturdy 10-12' canes! Blooms on both old and new wood, so you will have lots of flowers throughout summer and fall, and its disease resistance is well above the norm. All this from a plant discovered growing in a home garden in Missouri! Bareroot. Rosa 'WEKmeyer' PP10640. Full Sun to Partial Shade.
Rosa 'WEKmeyer', PP#10,640
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:8 - 12 feet
Spread:8 - 12 feet
Spacing:8 - 12 feet
Flowering Date:Late spring to fall
Planting Instructions:Plant crown at soil line. Dig hole deep and wide enough so roots are not crushed or cut.
Winter Care:Mulch heavily around base of plant. Remove promptly in early spring.
Flower Form:Large clusters of big, gorgeous, well-formed blooms
Foliage Type:Pure deep green
Pruning:Prune to leave 3-6 healthy canes. Remove old canes at the base, and shape the plant as desired. Always remove fallen petals and head flower heads to help reduce insect and disease problems. Early Spring