Rambling roses

Rambling roses

Flashy, elegant, enchanting and multi-coloured: rambling roses do not go unnoticed! This rose variety is especially suitable to enrich and embellish the house's garden or terrace thanks to the wonderful and generous bloomings that the plant produces. Ramblers will also fill any open space with liveliness, brightness and harmony. Another feature that distinguishes them from other varieties is their resistence and ability to thrive without too much dedication. This enables us all to cultivate them easily and to fully appreciate the beauty and splendor of the plant. Pruning is not fundamental or really important, only if you wish to train the plant in a particular way it is possible to trim branches and leaves to have a better balanced rosebush. But pruning is not however essential for the growth and development of ramblers. Whoever cannot grow them in a garden can easily plant them in a large container to be placed on a balcony or terrace. Let's now have a look at some of the best known and appreciated ramblers, starting from the Paul Transon rose, a vigorous variety with especially glossy leaves. Its blooms have a salmon-pink colour that blends to coral, giving to the petals a unique charm. Furthermore it has a peculiar fragrance of green apple. Let's then remember the Albertine rambling rose, whose name comes from Albertine, the most important character in Proust's monumental novel "In Search of Lost Time". This variety too has petals with a copper, salmon and apricot colour, and the blooms are quite large, with a very intense fragrance that will spread all around. To conclude, let us remember two other renowned varieties: the Leontine Gervais, with its sophisticated, sweet fragrance, and the François Juranville, with a coral colour and a fruity fragrance.