The long canes of climbing roses are well adapted to inching their way up pillars, fences, arbors and gazebos. Most of them are mutations or variations on bush roses, and they develop either large, single flowers or clustered blooms on a stem. Loose anchoring to a support will encourage young plants to climb.
By Lauren Cabral
Donna Boyle Schwartz
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