ROSES Starlet Beauty Series
These are a new series of climbing roses bred for containers and small gardens. These plants come in 58 cell trays. These plants are here and ready to ship now.
Fragrant!!! They flower all the way up the stem. double blooms described as "english-type". Cost per plant 4.50 each or 2 of a kind for 8.00 .
Mauve.......we are not ordering this one
tell me something..........i was thinking when i saw their ad...........cool short little climbers. suitable for an apartment patio. does no one else find the fact that these get up to 110 inches a problem?
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As I mentioned I moved, twice, last year. Then there were problems in the new place. It is an older home and they are getting resolved, but I am not going to be here forever. I am trying to refrain from buying perennials, but you are making that difficult!
I LOVE roses. I dug mine up and moved them, but lost quite a few with two moves and two terrible winters in a row!
These roses may be like my baby blanket rose (it survived as did its progeny). It is nominally a ground cover rose, but it wants to be a climber. It sends out 10-12' canes, but they are very thin and flexible. There is a sketch on the product page that shows them training the canes horizontally on a trellis in a pot. That is a good idea, horizontal canes produce the most flowers. I think I will try that with Baby Blanket once it sends up canes big enough to train.
That is one of the reasons I was looking for more information on this one.