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AdvantagesBrilliant flowers and huge plants

DisadvantagesCan be a bit expensive

...(God, I sound more and more like Old Titchers...) and so there was really only one choice for me - the CLIMBING ROSE, that most delightful of creations... The dave27 guide to climbing roses ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Climbing roses come in two main varieties, the rambler and the climber. The ramblers have been common in Britain for a couple of hundred years and sport 'long pliable...

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Excellent

“How high can you go”

published 28/03/2001

AdvantagesOh, colour, beauty, scent, hides things like sheds, fences etc

DisadvantagesNone

...Climbing roses are a really useful feature in any garden, they scramble up fences, over sheds, against trellis on walls, their value as a screen to hide or distract from a not so pleasant feature in your garden is priceless. And yet, for a few pounds you will have made a very wise investment, not only will you have purchased a thing of beauty, you will have added another dimension to the garden...

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Excellent

Advantageshighly perfumed. Abundant flowers. good burglar deterrent

DisadvantagesRips you to pieces and short flowering season

...Rambling Rector: The name in itself is intriguing and inviting and having seen photographs of this rose in Peter Beale's book, I just had to search for it. It certainly looked awe inspiring in the photographs with complete walls, arches and even river banks covered in lush creamy white clusters of small beautifully formed roses. Peter Beale's written description failed to deter me even...

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