Autumn Sunset Hardy Climbing Rose

Autumn Sunset Hardy Climbing Rose

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4.5 (2 reviews)
We are very excited to offer a hardy, fragrant climber in this color class because there are no others. Apricot gold clusters have a rich, fruity fragrance. Wonderful glossy, dark green foliage is especially resistant to blackspot. It's the perfect rose for Midwest and East Coast gardeners that want a yellow climber that will live through the winter. It is a sport of Westerland, and blooms well the first season on new or old wood. Flower size: 4-5". Fragrance: Strong, fruity. Hybridizer: Lowe, 1988.
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Product Details

: 4 to 9
: 35
: Spring
: Rich, well-drained
: 5-5-7
: Summer
: 18
: Summer
: 3 -
:
: Yes
: 2 year, #1 grade
: Yes

Physical Details

Height: 96 to 144
: Yes
: Dark Green
: Yellow
: Yes
: Yes
: 36
: Yes
: Yes
: Late fall and early spring
: Indeterminate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Rosa
: hybrida
: Autumn Sunset

Shipping Details

: AK, HI, ID
Product Reviews
4.5 (2 reviews)
  • By maria d
    3/18/2016
    From Bastrop, TX
    4.0
    Starting over after the historic 2011 TX wildfire, I knew I wanted this rose again. What I received 10 days ago was a mature, very healthy, bare root, plant. I soaked it overnight and planted. The strong, new shoots are already 4" long! I'm so happy! Maria: zone 8b, Bastrop TX, near Austin.
  • By Angelika S
    6/27/2014
    From Ithaca, NY
    5.0
    I planted this rose last year, and planted on apartially shady spot. It turned out to be vigorous grower. The yellow flowers are fragrant and beautifully shaped. The disease resistance is superb: Despite of moist summer weather there was not a spot on any leaf.
    In cold winter areas (-10f and lower) make sure to mulch well! Everything that stuck out of the mulch cover this winter froze dead, but it came back beautifully from the bottom.