Climbing roses

Climbing roses are ideal for decorating walls, pergolas and other outdoor surfaces. By nature, these roses give truly spectacular inflorescences, that's whyé they are also suitable for creating climbing arches and canopies. The best decorative result is obtained with the roses, varietyà vines with a very small but very fragrant flower. The climbing roses are actually 26-agrave; climbing roses belonging to the varietiesà rambler and noisette.

Roselline rambler

Rambler roses are ancient climbers with very fragrant medium-small flowers. The color of these flowers ranges from white to pink. These are climbers that produce very large and supple branches. In autumn they then develop ornamental berries. Flowering occurs from the base all’ apex and è truly spectacular. The flowers are grouped in corymbs, ieè in bunches. Due to their habit, these roses are ideal for decorating slopes, fences, walls and pergolas.

Roselline Noisette

The Noisette climbing roses are the result of a cross between the muscat rose and the Chinese roses. Their name derives from the botanist who sent them; for the first time to Giuseppina Bonaparte in 1814. These roses also have very small flowers grouped in very fragrant and colorful bunches. The inflorescences of the noisette roses range from pink, to yellow, to white and all’ apricot. These plants always bloom from the base to the apex and grow in a vertical direction. Due to their posture they are ideal for covering arches and columns.

English roses

English climbing roses are a 26-agrave variety; hybridized in 1961 by David Austin. These are metà plants; road between climbers and noisette, with large flowers (similar to climbers) and small (similar to noisette). The inflorescences of climbing English roses are equally fragrant and fruity.