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Fourth of July

Rosa Climbing

Sold as bare root rose

BARE ROOT ORDER SEASON HAS ENDED FOR 2014 SHIPMENT. WE WILL START ACCEPTING ORDERS FOR 2015 IN JULY.

Interesting Notes

It takes a little longer for climbers to prove themselves, but already this gloriously disease-resistant and vigorous climber is proving worthy of its fine lineage. It seems to have inherited all the best traits from it's proud parent Altissimo. Healthy, mannerly, prolific, and fast-growing, Fourth of July explodes with huge clusters of five-petalled flowers that are bright velvety red with clean white stripes. Or maybe they're white with red stripes; it's hard to say. At any rate, there are plenty of them, spring through fall. Having first-hand experience growing this rose myself, I concur wholeheartedly with all the rave reviews: it's foolproof and a major show-off. I love it.



Dr. Leda 2001

Flower Color

Non-Flowering

Hardiness Zone

Zone(s): 5-9+

Exposure

Sun

Fragrance

Slight or None

Rose Color

Red

Type

Climber

Attributes

Heat Loving/Tolerant
Rosa Climbing (Fourth of July)

AARS Award Winner

1999

AARS Rating

8.1

Petal Count

10-15

Intro Year

1999
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