Golden Showers Climbing Rose

  • Botanical Name:Rosa ‘Golden Showers’
  • Height:8 – 10 Feet
  • Spacing:3 – 4′
  • Depth:Dig hole large enough to allow roots to be spread out. Firm soil and water well.
  • Spread:6’+
  • Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Color:Bright daffodil Yellow turning pale creamy Yellow.
  • Size:#1 Bareroot
  • Blooms:Late Spring, All Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer, Fall
  • Zone:4-10
  • Form:Perennial
  • Flower Form:Large 5″-5 1/2″ semi-double with ruffled edges produced in clusters.
  • Soil Requirements:Well-drained, rich amended soil.
  • Growth Rate:Slow at first because of its very free flowering nature.
  • Pruning:Deadhead until end of summer. To shape and remove dead or old wood (see attached).
  • Foliage:Large, dark green glossy foliage. Long, almost thornless stems.
  • Comments:The finest yellow Climbing Rose. Create a spectacular show on trellises, fences or walls with this vigorous, free-blooming climber. Blooms on extremely vigorous 6-10′ plants. Spreads 21/2′. Covered with 4shouldbedeleted double blooms from spring to fall. 1956 AARS winner. #1-11/2 field grown roses. Possibly the finest & most profuse bloomer of all yellow climbers. One of only 3 climbers to receive the All American Rose Award since its inception in 1938. Always in bloom. A constant source of cheerful daffodil-yellow from spring to fall. Moderate fragrance. Blooms on new and old wood. Cool temps give best color and size.
Award-winning. Abundant clusters of fragrant ruffled pure yellow flowers. Bright green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood.