Cape Diamond Shrub Climber Rose

Cape Diamond Shrub Climber Rose

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5.0 (1 review)
(Plant Patent #20814, Var: DARpellerin) One of the most disease resistant varieties in the world...and that's no idle boast! Black spot, powdery mildew, rust and downy mildew, all unheard of for this rose. Abundant clusters of pure pink, double flowers have old-fashioned, spicy fragrance similar to Rosa spinosissima, the color contrasting nicely against semi-glossy, rugosa-like, gray-green foliage. Grow this vigorous plant as a large, spreading shrub or train it as a climber. Bred in Canada, it has proven to be well-adapted to harsh winters, surviving without winter protection in Zone 3. Grown own root. Flower Size: 3-4". Fragrance: Very spicy. Hybridizer: Bedard, 2009.
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Product Details

: 3 to 9
: 33
: Spring
: Rich, well-drained
: 5-5-7
: Summer
: 35
: Summer
: 3 -
:
: Yes
: 2 year, #1 grade
: Yes

Physical Details

: Yes
: Green
: Pink
: 42 to 60
: Yes
: Late fall and early spring
: Determinate
: OpenPollinated

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Rosa
: hybrida
: Cape Diamond

Shipping Details

: AK, HI, ID
Product Reviews
5.0 (1 review)
  • By Angelika S
    6/27/2014
    From Ithaca, NY
    5.0
    I planted this rose last year in a partially shady spot. It grew vigorously and bloomed until late fall. There was not a speck of disease anywhere. It went through the unusually cold winter 2013/14 without any trouble, even the parts of the rose that stuck out of the mulch just went on growing in spring as if repeated temperatures lower than -10F were nothing to worry about. This spring it started flowering about mid June. The flowers are beautiful, very fragrant and cover the entire plant. I could not be happier!