William Baffin Pillar Climbing Rose

William Baffin Pillar Climbing Rose

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4.0 (2 reviews)
(Hybrid Kordesii) Ironclad hardiness makes this one of the most popular roses for northern climates. It can be kept right on an arbor or trellis without winter protection. The vigorous, free-flowering plants bear a profuse display of deep pink, semi-double flowers in clusters of up to 30 blossoms. Steady repeat keeps the plant clothed in blooms nearly all season. Glossy foliage is resistant to mildew and black spot, keeping the plant clean and attractive. A selection from the Canadian 'Explorer Series' of roses with Zone 3 hardiness. Shade tolerant too! Flower Size: 2-3". Fragrance: Slight. Hybridizer: Svejda, 1983. Grown own root.
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Product Details

: 3 to 9
: 37
: Spring
: Rich, well-drained
: 5-5-7
: Summer
: 25
: Summer
: 3 -
: Yes
: 2 year, #1 grade
: Yes

Physical Details

Height: 96 to 120
: Yes
: Green
: Pink
: 36
: Yes
: Late fall and early spring
: Determinate
: OpenPollinated

Resistance Details

: Yes

Scientific Details

: Rosa
: hybrida

Shipping Details

: AK, HI, ID
Product Reviews
4.0 (2 reviews)
  • By Holly L
    From Bedford, MA
    I planted several of these roses up in Maine, near Bangor and all but one survived (bugs ate it). They have grown vigorously for over 2 years now and I'm about to order a replacement for the one that didn't make it. These roses are fast growing and vigorous. Due to the very harsh winters up north, I cover them with wooden boards which has worked well. About to remove the snow shelters now that spring is here. Really an excellent rose that's half-way up my trellis in two years.
  • By Angelika S
    From Ithaca, NY
    I planted this rose last year, and was not as not quite as happy with it than with others. Like all Edmund roses, it arrived in good shape and grew on well. However, the disease resistance was not as good as I had hoped. There was quite a bit of black spot on the leaves, not enough to defoliate the plant, but it didn't look quite as nice, because of it. The flowers are nice but not spectacular.
    Cold hardiness was great: The plant came very well through the unusually cold winter 2013/14. Even the parts that stuck out of the mulch weren't bothered by the cold. This spring it looks much better than last fall.
    All in all, it's an okay plant, but there are many much nicer roses out there.