Climbing Roses can
grow anywhere from 8'-20' in height and usually exhibit repeat flowering. Most
Climbers produce double or very double blooms in clusters, while some produce
single petal blooms. Climbing roses produce fewer and thicker canes than
Ramblers, which makes their canes less pliable than Rambler roses. Fragrance,
bloom shape and frequency, vigour, disease resistance and hardiness are unique
to each variety. Climbing roses can be induced to produce more bloom by
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