Climbing Rose Rambling Rosie
Climbing Rose Rambling Rosie

Climbing Rose 'Rambling Rosie'

A traditional rambling rose with masses of red blooms.
  • A traditional cottage garden style favourite with clusters of blooms produced in abundance all summer long.
  • Classic red in colour but with a yellow centre for contrast and wavy, ruffled edges and beautifully fragrant.
  • Less vigorous than many ramblers, it will reach 3M, and retains a less formal, naturalistic look and feel.
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit winner for proven garden performance and also a magnet for bees, butterflies and other beneficial pollinators.
  • Supplied as a quality, British grown plant in a 3L pot, ready to plant out.

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Item: 530168
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A real traditional cottage garden style favourite, a classic red rose that is a sight to behold when in full bloom in summer, when it is simply smothered from top to bottom in masses of clusters of very fragrant single, red flowers.

Not as vigorous as other ramblers, it will reach 3m, and retains a less formal, naturalistic look and feel. Full of pollen, it will be alive with bees on sunny summer days.

Supplied as a freshly potted, British grown, professional quality plant and holder of the RHS Award of Garden Merit, you can be sure that it will perform as expected in your garden.

What Is Supplied

Item 530168 supplied as:
Supplied as British grown, professional quality multi branched plants in 3L pots

Plant Care Information

RHS Garden Merit
RHS Garden Merit
Scented / Fragrant
Scented / Fragrant
Plant In Shade
Plant In Shade
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow
Wildlife Friendly
Wildlife Friendly

Top Tips

All of our freshly potted roses are field grown and dug up and potted when the weather conditions are right in October or November, just as the plants are entering their winter dormancy, which helps keep the roots hydrated and in good condition.

The roses can be kept in their pots throughout the winter provided they are kept well fed and watered, however ideally, they should be planted out as soon as possible. Because plants are dormant throughout the winter, they do not produce any new roots until spring, so don't be alarmed if the compost falls away from the roots when you take them out of their pots.

They will already have been cut back so no further pruning will be required, apart from removing any tips that have died back.

Care Information

  • Rambling roses are not self-clinging and need support to which the shoots can be tied. If training up pillars, arches or pergolas, twist the main shoots gently around the uprights, keeping them as horizontal as possible, to encourage flowering shoots to form low down.
  • To prune, just remove any dead, dying, damaged and diseased stems and also deadhead regularly. Traditionally, you would cut just above a leaf joint with a sloping cut away from the bud, however, this isn't necessary, and donít worry about pruning too much - roses are very resilient and will grow back.
  • Shorten side shoots by one third to one half, to encourage branching.
  • When pruning, make sure that your secateurs are clean and sharp to prevent squashing stems and introducing disease. Add mycorrhizal fungi to the roots when planting to help the plant establish quicker.
  • Roses can be planted at any time of the year, as long as the soil is not frozen, waterlogged or drought-dry. Plant your rose where it can get plenty of sun for at least half of the day, and where it will be sheltered from the wind.
  • Roses tolerate wide range of soils but thrive in deep, humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil, so add plenty of well-rotted manure into the hole if necessary and plant so that the graft union (the swollen area when the stems meet the roots) is around 3cm below soil level.
  • Water well every other day - daily if the weather is hot and dry. Established roses can be watered around once a week through spring and summer - more if the weather is hot.
  • For best results, feed roses in late-March/April and again in late July.

Planting/Flowering Calendar

Planting Time
Flowering Time
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Fully Grown Plant Dimensions (approx)

Plant Dimensions
400 cm
300 cm
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