This climbing rose is an excellent choice for covering walls and trellises with fragrant blooms that are big, double, cupped, 12 cm in diameter, clustered on the branches and with a petal count of 25.
Blooms generously and repeatedly; the plant is disease-resistant and with a glossy dark green foliage. Grows to a height of 300 cm and a width of 150 cm. It has been selected by McGredy in 1969.
|Dublin Bay Macdub
|The Dublin Bay is a deep-red climber, fragrant, healthy and repeat-flowering.
vaso 2,4 Litri