- Botanical Name:Rosa cv. ‘KORwest’
- Height:10 – 12 Feet
- Depth:Soak the bareroot in water for about an hour. As a rule of thumb, dig the hole about 1 1/2 times as deep and 1 1/2 times as wide as the root system. Mound a small pile of soil in the center of the hole as a support for the rose’s root crown. Be sure to keep the graft just above the soil line.
- Light Required:Full Sun, Partial Shade
- Color:Apricot orange bland
- Blooms:Late Spring, All Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, All Summer, Fall
- Flower Form:Semi-double flowers, up to 25 petals
- Soil Requirements:Well-drained, humus-enriched, slightly acidic soil.
- Growth Rate:Vigorous
- Pruning:Prune to leave 3-6 healthy canes. Remove old canes at the base, and shape the plant as desired. Always remove fallen petals and head flower heads to help reduce insect and disease problems. Early Spring
- Foliage:Pure deep green
- Comments:Provide plant of water and feed regularly.
Create a warm, welcoming look in your garden with this beloved climbing rose. Its light apricot-orange, semi-double flowers have a pleasant spicy, rose fragrance—and they attract butterflies and pollinators. Growing 10-12 ft. tall with a similar spread, it looks impressive when climbing a trellis, wall or fence. Like other climbing roses, Westerland is a good choice for adding height and dramatic interest to landscapes. A vigorous rose, it’ll quickly transform unsightly fences and walls in spectacular garden focal points. Blooms from late spring to fall. Cold hardy and disease resistant. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Zones 5-10.