Climbing roses are an ideal choice to cover and decorate a wall, a trellis or a gazebo because they are both hardy and thick but are also extremely generous when flowering. The word "climbing" is not quite correct because, to be honest, no rose truly climbs, as they don't have tendrils or othwr devices to help grasp or support. For this reason climbing roses need to be tied to a support so they can be trained for the best. Training climbing roses is a very important moment because these kind of roses grow blooms on the upper sides of the branches so when tying in we must try to bend the canes horizontally to achieve a more generous blooming. In this section of www.rose.it you can choose many varieties of climbing roses to buy and have delivered to your doorstep, like the Florentina, a red climbing rose that reaches a height of three meters, is repeat-flowering and quite disease-resistant. The blooms of this red climbing rose are large and with a petal count of 26 to 40. The flower has a typical cupped form with deep red coloured petals and yellow pistils in the center. If on the other hand you prefer a pink coloured climbing rose, you definitely cannot go wrong with the Cinderella, a rose with a delicate scented bloom filled with petals and that reaches a height of 150 cm. This is a disease-resistant and repeat-flowering variety. Suitable especially for lovers of the Old Garden roses, the Cinderella is also very generous when blooming, producing flushes of roses. Finally, for lovers of white-coloured climbing roses, we can highly recommend the Stanwell Perpetual, an excellent and generous climbing rose that has blooms filled with plenty of delicate-scented petals that flower from june onwards and repeat-flowering until the first frost. This climbing rose grows to a height of two and a half meters.