Climbing roses


Climbing roses include types of rose hips, as well as several varieties of garden roses, branching with rather long stems. They are directly related to the genus Rosehip. And these plants are very popular in vertical gardening of both various structures, buildings and walls, and arbors. Such flowers can decorate both a large structure and a very small one. These plants are widely used to create various structures in the garden, namely, columns, gazebos, pyramids, garlands, as well as arches. And they are also remarkably combined with other plants, in this regard, their popularity is no less than that of a room or bush rose.

Features of climbing roses

There is no general description for this type of plant, because they have many different forms and varieties. However, there is a classification of climbing roses, which has been adopted in international floriculture practice.

Roses in the Garden. Climbing roses 1

First group

Such plants are called climbing roses or rambler roses (Rambler). These flowers have long, flexible shoots that are arched or creeping. They are painted in a deep green color, and spikes are located on their surface. In length, they can reach more than 500 centimeters. Glossy leathery leaves are small. Flowers can be double, semi-double and simple, their diameter, as a rule, does not exceed 25 millimeters. They have a rather weak aroma. The flowers are part of the inflorescences, which are located along the entire length of the stems. Flowering in such plants is quite abundant, and it lasts a little longer than 4 weeks. Flowering is observed in the first half of the summer period. A very large number of varieties have frost resistance, and such plants are able to overwinter normally even under a relatively light shelter. This plant was born thanks to such species as: multiflora rose (multiflora) and Vihura rose.

Second group

Climbing (Climber) or large-flowered climbing roses (klaimers) were bred by breeders when crossing groups of rambler roses with hybrid tea, tea, remontant roses, as well as floribunda rose. The length of the stems of such climbing roses can reach 400 cm. The flowers are rather large (diameter is more than 4 centimeters), and they are part of small loose inflorescences. Abundant flowering. A large number of varieties bloom 2 times during the season. The flowers have a shape similar to hybrid tea roses. These flowers are relatively frost-hardy and resistant to powdery mildew.

Third group

Climbing was formed by large-flowered mutating shrub roses, namely: grandiflora, hybrid tea, and floribunda. The difference between such plants and producing species is that they have even more vigorous growth and very large flowers (diameter from 4 to 11 centimeters), while they can be either single or part of not very large inflorescences. They also differ in fruiting, which occurs at a later date. Most of the varieties are distinguished by repeated flowering. These plants are cultivated only in the southern regions of the temperate zone, where the winter period is relatively warm and mild.

Planting climbing roses in open ground

How to properly plant and care for a climbing rose

Optimal time and place for landing

Absolutely all types of such plants are very capricious in nature. The same applies to climbing roses. To plant and care for such a plant, you need to adhere to certain rules. And you should also take into account the advice of experienced florists on the cultivation of a climbing rose. The choice of a site for planting must be approached with all responsibility. Such plants simply need a plot that will be illuminated by the sun from morning until lunchtime. In this case, the dew on the plant can dry out, which will help to avoid the appearance of fungal diseases. At lunchtime, when the sun's rays are most scorching, this area should be shaded, otherwise burns may appear on the surface of the foliage and petals. Also, a suitable site should be protected from northeasterly and northerly winds because it is quite cold. It is not recommended to decorate the corner of buildings with climbing roses. The fact is that the draft present there can destroy the delicate plant. For planting such flowers, experts advise choosing a site on the south side of the building. In order to plant climbing roses, you need a strip of soil only half a meter wide, but you should take into account that any structure, building or plant should be located at a distance of about 50-100 centimeters from such a flower.

Suitable soil must be water-permeable. If, at the site chosen for planting, the groundwater is located very close to the surface, these plants are planted on a special previously prepared elevation. In some cases, the roots of this type of roses can sink into the ground up to 200 centimeters. In order to prevent liquid stagnation in the root system, the selected area should be located at least at a not very large slope. Loam is considered ideal for planting a climbing rose. If the soil is sandy, then it must be corrected before planting by adding clay when digging, and sand must be added to the clay soil. Such plants need soil saturated with nutrients, so the introduction of humus or humus is mandatory. You should also add bone meal to the soil, which is considered an excellent source of phosphorus. Prepare the soil well in advance. Ideally, this should be done 6 months before planting, but preparation can also be done 4 weeks before planting the rose.

In temperate climates, climbing roses are recommended to be planted in late September to mid-October. Planting can also be carried out in the spring. It can be held from the second half of April to the last days of May.

Autumn planting

If you are going to plant a climbing rose, you must first learn how to choose the highest quality planting material. Nowadays, you can buy seedlings of roses that are self-rooted, as well as those that are grafted onto rose hips. But how are they different? Grafted seedlings have one important difference from self-rooted ones. The fact is that the root system of such a seedling belongs to the wild rose, and on it there is a scion belonging to a varietal climbing rose. In this regard, planting and caring for a self-rooted rose should be somewhat different than a grafted one. So, for example, a grafted seedling must be buried in the soil during planting so that the place where the graft is located is underground at a depth of 10 centimeters. With this method of planting, the part of the plant that was grafted begins to form its own root system, while the roots of the rose hip eventually become unnecessary and die off. In the case when, during planting, the scion was not buried in the ground, but remained above its surface, it can lead to the death of the plant. The fact is that the wild rose is a deciduous plant, and the grafted rose is an evergreen. If the planting was carried out in violation of the rules, then such a discrepancy between the rootstock and the scion can lead to the death of the cultivated part of the plant.

Seedlings with an open root system must be immersed in a container of water for 1 day, and this should be done immediately before planting in open ground. After that, you should cut off all the leaves and cut off, using a pruner, those stems that are unripe or have been damaged. You should also trim the root system and the aerial part, leaving 30 centimeters each. Places of cuts should be treated with crushed charcoal. If you use grafted seedlings for planting, then they must carefully remove all the buds that are located below the scion. The fact is that rosehip shoots will begin to grow from them. Next, the planting material should be disinfected. To do this, it must be dipped in a solution of copper sulfate (3%).

The hole for planting a rose should be 50x50 in size. At the same time, a distance of at least 100 centimeters must be maintained between the planting pits. The top layer of soil most saturated with nutrients must be removed from the dug hole and combined with ½ part of the manure bucket. Part of the resulting soil mixture must be poured into the hole, and then a relatively large amount of water must be poured into it. This procedure must be carried out a day or two before the expected planting of the plant. On the day when you are going to plant a seedling, you need to prepare a special solution in order to process the root system before planting. To prepare the solution, dissolve 1 tablet of heteroauxin, 3 tablets of phosphorobacterin in 500 ml of water. Then pour this liquid into 9.5 liters of clay talker. Before the seedling is lowered into the hole, its roots should be dipped in the prepared mixture. A mixture of soil and manure should be poured into the hole with a mound. Then you need to place a seedling in the hole, while carefully straightening its roots. Fill the hole with the same mixture of soil and manure and compact the surface of the soil well. Do not forget that the place where the graft is located must be buried 10 centimeters into the ground. In this case, for a self-rooted seedling, the root collar must be buried 5 or more centimeters into the ground. The planted plant must be well watered. After the liquid is absorbed into the soil, it will be necessary to add a mixture of soil with manure to the hole. Then the plant spuds to a height of 20 centimeters or more.

Spring planting

Roses planted in autumn overtake those that were planted in open ground in spring. At the same time, the latter need special increased attention to themselves. Before planting seedlings, they should trim the root system to 30 centimeters, and the stems must be shortened to 15–20 centimeters. When the plant is planted, it needs to be well watered and huddled high. Then it should be covered with a transparent film on top, while creating something similar to a mini-greenhouse. In these greenhouse conditions, the rose will take root relatively faster. Do not forget to air the seedling every day, for this you need to raise the shelter for a few minutes. Experts advise airing longer and longer each time, so the rose will also harden. After the threat of night frost is left behind, it will be possible to remove the shelter completely, and pour a layer of mulch on the soil surface in the hole. If the seedling was planted at a time when warm and dry weather was established, then the surface of the holes will need to be sprinkled with a layer of mulch (peat or other).

Outdoor climbing care for climbing roses

PLAID ROSE. IRRIGATION and FEEDING

How to care for

In order for the climbing rose to grow and develop normally, it is necessary to learn how to properly water, feed, and cut the plant. You also need to monitor the health of the rose and destroy pests in time. It is very important to learn how to properly prepare the bushes for wintering. This type of rose needs a reliable support. These plants can easily tolerate drought and therefore should not be watered abundantly. As a rule, they are watered 1 time in 7 days or in a decade, 10–20 liters of water should be poured onto 1 bush. Remember to water more often, but less. To keep water in the hole, it is recommended to build a not very low shaft of soil around it. When 2-3 days have passed from the moment of watering, it will be necessary to loosen the soil surface of the trunk circle to a depth of 5 to 6 centimeters. This will help retain moisture in the soil as well as improve air access to the root system. In order to reduce the number of irrigations and practically exclude loosening of the soil, you need to cover its surface with a layer of mulch.

Young plants do not need to fertilize the soil until the end of the summer period, since there is a large amount of nutrients in the soil from the moment of planting. At the end of summer, the plant should be fed with a solution of potash fertilizers, this will help the rose prepare for the winter period. It is recommended in this case to use an infusion prepared on wood ash as a top dressing. In the second year of life, such plants need to be supplemented with mineral and organic fertilizers, while they should be alternated. And roses of the third and subsequent years of life should be fed only with organic fertilizers. So, a solution consisting of 10 liters of water, 1 liter of manure and 1 tbsp. Is perfect for this. wood ash. If desired, instead of manure, you can take another organic fertilizer. During the period of intensive growth, climbing roses must be fed 5 times, while taking into account that during the flowering period, fertilizers cannot be applied to the soil.

Support for climbing roses

Support for climbing roses. Accent in the flower garden

For this type of rose, there is a huge variety of supports. So, as a support, you can use an old dried tree, a wooden, metal or polymer arch or lattice, as well as arched rods made of metal. But the best support for such a plant is a building or any structure, but one must remember that plants should be planted at least 50 centimeters, stepping back from the wall. On the surface of the wall, it is necessary to fix the guides to which the shoots of the plant or the lattice will cling. But at the same time, one must not forget that if the stems are located horizontally, then the flowers will grow along their entire length. If they grow vertically, then the flowers will bloom only at the tops of the stems.

In order to fix the stems on the support, it is necessary to use plastic twine. It is forbidden to use wire for these purposes, even if wrapped in a cloth or a sheet of paper. The shoot must be fixed on the support securely, but so that the fastening material does not damage it. Plants should be systematically inspected for the integrity of the fastening materials. The fact is that under the weight of the plant itself or from gusts of wind, the twine can break, and in this case there is a risk of the rose getting significant damage. Step back 30 to 50 centimeters from the bush and then dig the support into the ground.

Transplanting climbing roses

How to transplant a rose correctly

An adult rose may need a transplant only when it has become clear that the place where it grows is completely unsuitable for it. The transplant is carried out in the autumn in September or at the beginning of November, later this should not be done, since the bush will not have time to take root before the beginning of the winter period. In some cases, the plant is transplanted in the spring, but this must be done before the buds awaken. The plants must be removed from the support structure. In ramblers, young shoots are not removed, but their tops are pinched in the last days of August, which will help them become lignified as soon as possible. Stems older than 2 years are pruned. All long stems should be shortened by ½ part for climbers and climbers. After that, the bushes must be carefully dug in a circle, while it is necessary to retreat from its center to a distance that is equal to 2 bayonet shovels.It must be remembered that the roots go deep into the soil, and you need to try to dig them out completely, while causing them as little damage as possible. Shake off the soil from the roots, and then inspect them. With the help of a pruner, it is necessary to cut off shaggy, as well as damaged ends of the roots. Dip the plant into the prepared hole and be sure to straighten the roots. Then cover the hole with soil and compact the surface well. Water the plant well. A few days after transplanting, you need to add the required amount of soil in order to level the surface of the trunk circle. At the same time, it is necessary to carry out the hilling of the rose.

Diseases and pests

Aphids and spider mites can settle on a climbing rose. In the event that aphids on the plant are not very recommended, try to get rid of it using folk remedies. So, you can manually remove insects from a plant. To do this, you need to pinch the part of the plant on which the aphid is located with your fingers and remove it. Remember to wear gloves. But this method can be used only at the very beginning of the infection. If there are a lot of insects, then manually removing them will be ineffective. In this case, it is recommended to make a soapy solution. The soap should be crushed with a grater, poured into a container, where water should also be poured. Let the solution stand as the soap takes time to dissolve. Strain it and spray the plant with a sprayer. If after treatment the insects still remain, then you need to buy an insecticidal agent in a special store, on which there should be a mark "for grapes and roses". For processing in this case, you must choose a calm sunny day. Spider mites can settle on a rose only during a dry hot period, and only when the plant is very rarely watered. Such insects live on the seamy side of the leaves. They feed on plant sap and entangle the leaves with a thin cobweb. In an infected rose, the leaves turn green-silver. Very often, an infusion prepared in wormwood, makhorka, yarrow or tobacco is used to kill such mites. 3 days after treatment with this infusion, from 80 to 100 percent of the pests should die. To prepare an infusion of wormwood, pour 500 g of freshly plucked wormwood into a container made of wood. Pour a bucket of cold water there. When the mixture is infused for half a month, it is filtered and diluted with water in a ratio of 1:10. It is necessary to process both the plant itself and the surface of the soil around it. If you want to get rid of insects in the near future, then you will need to purchase Fitoverm. You can repeat the treatment a couple of weeks after the first one. Before proceeding with the treatment with this tool, it is necessary to study the instructions attached to it, which indicate the features, as well as the required dosage.

Also climbing rose can harm: cicadas, thrips, rose sawflies, leafworms. However, if you take care of the flower, observing all the rules, then they will not settle on it. As a preventive measure, plant marigolds in the immediate vicinity of the rose, they will be able to protect this plant from most pests. Also, in the fall and spring, preventive measures should be taken. To do this, the bushes must be treated with a bordeaux liquid sprayer.

For roses, diseases such as bacterial cancer, gray mold, coniotirium, powdery mildew, and black spot are very dangerous.

Bacterial cancer

On the surface of the plant, growths of different sizes appear, very soft and lumpy. Over time, they become harder and darker. This leads to the drying out and death of the plant. Such a disease cannot be cured. During the acquisition of seedlings, you need to thoroughly examine them, and before planting them, you need to disinfect the root system by immersing it for 2-3 minutes. in a solution of copper sulfate (3%). If there are signs of disease on an adult plant, the affected parts must be cut off immediately, while the sections must be treated with the same 3% solution.

Coniotirium

This disease is fungal, which is considered a bark burn or cancer. You can see that the plant is sick in the spring, after the shelter has been removed. On the surface of the bark, you can see specks of brownish-red color, which will eventually turn black and turn into rings around the stem. These stems should be cut off immediately, while capturing part of the unaffected tissue, and destroyed to prevent the spread of the disease. For preventive purposes, in the autumn, nitrogen fertilizer must be changed to potash, which will make the tissues of roses stronger. And even during thaws, it is imperative to ventilate the plants, raising the shelter.

Powdery mildew

A whitish bloom appears on parts of the roses, which gradually turns brown. The appearance of such a disease can be provoked by high air humidity, a sharp change in temperature, an excessive amount of nitrogen in the soil and violations of irrigation rules. The parts of the rose that are affected by the disease must be cut and destroyed. Next, the plant should be processed using a solution of copper sulfate (2%) or iron sulfate (3%).

Black spot

Dark brownish-red spots appear on the surface of the leaves, which are bordered by a yellow rim. Over time, they merge with each other and cause the death of the leaf plate. For preventive purposes, it is necessary to apply phosphorus-potassium fertilizer under the root in the fall. And you will also need a three-stage treatment of the plant itself and the soil near it with a solution of Bordeaux mixture (3%) or ferrous sulfate (3%). The breaks between treatments are 7 days.

Gray rot

It is capable of destroying almost all parts of the plant (buds, leaves, shoots). Such a rose loses its beauty, and also its flowering becomes relatively scarce. In case of a very frolicking disease, the rose should be dug up and burned. If the disease has just appeared, then it is recommended to treat the bush with a solution prepared from 5 liters of water and 50 g of Bordeaux liquid. In order to completely cure the plant, as a rule, 4 treatments may be needed, the interval between which should be 7 days.

It happens that a seemingly healthy and well-developed climbing rose does not bloom. The point here may not be at all in the disease, but in the fact that a seedling of poor quality (low-flowering) was purchased, and besides, an unsuitable place was chosen for it, and the soil, too, most likely this plant is not quite suitable. And it also happens that last year's stems are damaged during wintering.

Pruning climbing roses

When to prune climbing roses

These plants need pruning, since it is she who allows you to form a beautiful crown, make flowering more abundant, and along the entire height of the bush, improve its decorative qualities. If you cut the plant correctly, then it will delight with its flowering throughout the entire period of intensive growth. Vegetative stems deserve special attention, since most of the flowers are formed on last year's stems. The rose should be pruned in spring or autumn. At the very beginning of the period of intensive growth, absolutely all climbing roses need to remove dead stems, as well as areas that have been frostbitten. And also the ends of the stems should be cut off to the strongest outer bud. The following pruning procedures will be directly related to how many times a particular rose blooms, one or more.

How is pruning done correctly?

Those plants in which flowering occurs 1 time per season, flowers grow on last year's stems. Basal (faded) stems replace regeneration shoots, which can grow up to 10 pieces. Flowers will grow on them only next year. In this regard, faded shoots will need to be removed by cutting them out at the root, while this procedure is recommended to be carried out in the autumn during preparation for wintering. Those climbing roses that bloom several times a season, flowering branches of different orders grow on the main stems for 3 years - from 2 to 5. In the fifth year of life of these stems, their flowering becomes more scarce. In this regard, at the beginning of the spring period, the main shoots must be removed, cut out to the base, and this should be done in the fourth year of their life. The re-flowering bushes should have 3 annual regeneration stems and 3-7 flowering stems, which are the main ones. But at the same time it must be remembered that in most of these roses, flowers are formed on overwintered stems, therefore, in spring, only the upper part with buds, which are underdeveloped, should be cut off from them.

Young roses that have been grafted and planted last or this year need special attention. Until the rose has developed its own root system, you will have to systematically remove the rose hips. After 1-2 years (after the dying off of the rosehip root system), rose growth will begin to appear.

Reproduction of climbing roses

Can be propagated by seeds, cuttings, layering and grafting. It is easier to do this by layering and cuttings. The seeds must be purchased from a specialized store. If you want to sow the seeds that were collected from roses by you, then you must understand that such plants do not retain the varietal characteristics of the mother plant, and therefore anything can grow in you.

Seed propagation

The seeds must be folded into a sieve and immersed for 30 minutes in a container filled with hydrogen peroxide. Thus, the disinfection of the seed is carried out, as well as the prevention of mold formation during further stratification. Soak cotton wool discs in hydrogen peroxide and place the seeds on top of them. Put the same moistened cotton pads on top of them. Each resulting "sandwich" should be placed in a separate polyethylene bag. Sign the date and variety name, and then place the seeds in a refrigerator container for storing vegetables. You need to arrange a systematic check. Moreover, if mold is found, then the seeds must be washed and again kept in hydrogen peroxide. The cotton wool is replaced with fresh one, and the seeds are placed back in the refrigerator. After 6-8 weeks, the seeds that should have sprouts should be planted in peat tablets or in separate small pots, and sprinkled on top with a layer of mulch, which should be taken as perlite, this will help to avoid the "black leg" disease. Provide the plants with at least 10 hours of daylight and timely watering as the substrate dries. If the plant develops normally, then 8 weeks after planting, they will have buds, and after 4-6 weeks the plant will bloom. Feeding can be done with a weak solution of complex fertilizer. In spring, they are planted in open soil, and then they are looked after, like adult roses.

Reproduction of a climbing rose by cuttings

Cutting is the easiest way of propagation, which gives good results. For cuttings, you can use both faded stems and flowering ones. They need to be cut from the second half of June to the first days of August. The lower oblique cut must be made directly under the kidney, while the angle of inclination of the cut is 45 degrees. The upper cut should be straight and as high as possible above the kidney. The handle must have at least 2 internodes. The lower leaves must be torn off, and the ones from above should be shortened by ½ part. It is planted to a centimeter depth in an earth mixture consisting of sand with earth, or in sand. Cover it on top with a glass jar or a cut plastic bottle. Move to a well-lit place protected from direct sunlight. Watering is carried out without removing the shelter. Treatment with a cuttings accelerating root growth agent can be useful only when the variety is distinguished by long rooting.

Reproduction by layering

In spring, an incision is made in the shoot above the bud. Then it must be placed in the prepared groove, the depth and width of which should be from 10 to 15 centimeters. A layer of humus must first be poured onto the bottom of the groove and covered with soil from above. The shoot is fixed in several places. Then it is covered with soil so that the upper part rises above the soil surface. The layering needs systematic watering. After the onset of the next spring period, the layers should be cut off from the parent plant and planted in a new place.

Grafting climbing roses

Budding - grafting an eye of a cultivated rose on the rhizome of a rose hip. This must be done from the last July days to the last August days. Before being vaccinated, the rose hips must be well watered, after which an incision in the shape of the letter T must be made on the root collar of the rootstock. The bark should be pry off and slightly torn from the wood. A peephole must be cut from the stem of a rose, along with part of the bark and wood. Then it is placed tightly into the prepared incision and the place is rewound very tightly with oculatory film. Then it is necessary to huddle the rose hips so that the soil rises above the grafting site by at least 5 centimeters. After half a month, the bandage is slightly loosened, and the next spring it is removed altogether.

Features of care after flowering

What to do when roses have faded

With the beginning of the autumn period, you should start preparing roses for the winter period. Since the last days of August, it is necessary to completely stop watering and loosening the land and start feeding potassium instead of nitrogen. The upper part of the unripe stems must be removed. Such roses must be covered for the winter, but first they are removed from the supporting structure and placed on the soil surface. It is very easy to lay a young plant on the ground. It is not easy to lay an adult specimen on the ground, and it can take up to 7 days. It should be remembered that at sub-zero temperatures, the shoots become fragile and can break.

How to cover climbing roses for the winter

You need to cover the plant when the air temperature drops below minus 5 degrees. This should not be done earlier, because the flowers must harden, and they can also begin to grow or grow (which is associated with a long stay under shelter without air). Shelter should be done in non-rainy, calm weather. From the removed shoots, the leaves must be removed, the damaged stems must be cut off, the lashes must be tied using a rope, and then carefully put them on the litter. To create it, you can use dry leaves or spruce branches. Do not place the plant on bare soil. Press or fix the plant on the surface of the soil, and cover it with dry leaves or grass, and you can also use spruce branches. The base of the bush must be sprinkled with soil or sand, and then cover the plant with lutrasil, polyethylene film, roofing felt or other material that is able not to get wet. A layer of air should remain between the plant and the shelter.

Winter care

With the onset of a thaw in winter, you need to raise the shelter for a very short time. Plants benefit from fresh air in winter. But you should not remove the leaves or spruce branches. When the real spring begins to come, the shelter must be removed, otherwise the plants may start to hurt. At the same time, the lapnik will save the roses from freezing.

Climbing rose varieties with photos and names

The best varieties of climbing roses. MY GARDEN on the Dacha channel.

The most popular varieties are described below.

Rambler (small-flowered climbing roses)

Bobby James

In height, such a vigorous variety can reach 800 cm, while the crown has a width of up to 300 cm.Saturated green leaves are almost invisible due to the many creamy white flowers, the diameter of which is 4-5 centimeters. They smell like musk. A lot of free space and reliable support are needed. Not afraid of frost.

Ramblyn Rector

Light green leaf plates are decorated with five-meter lashes. Semi-double creamy flowers are rather small. They are 40 pieces in large inflorescences in the form of a brush. When exposed to the sun, they fade to white. Such a plant is also cultivated as a bush plant.

Super Excels

Bushes two meters high and wide are decorated with double flowers, painted in a rich crimson color, which are collected in racemose inflorescences. It blooms until the end of the summer period, but the bright color fades in the sun. It is frost-resistant and not susceptible to powdery mildew infection.

Climing and Climbing (large-flowered varieties)

Elf

The height of the erect, vigorous bush reaches 250 cm, and the width is 150 cm.The diameter of the double flowers is 14 centimeters. They are white with a greenish tint and smell like fruit. Bloom until the end of the summer period. Has resistance to disease.

Santana

The four-meter bush is decorated with dark green carved leaves and semi-double velvety large (diameter 8-10 centimeters). They have a deep red color. Not afraid of frost, resistant to diseases. Blooms several times per season.

Polka

The height of the bush can exceed 200 centimeters. Glossy leaves are dark green in color, and large double (diameter 12 centimeters) flowers are apricot. During the season, flowering is observed 2 or 3 times. It is resistant to powdery mildew. Good shelter is needed for wintering.

Indigoletta

A vigorous three-meter bush has a one and a half meter diameter. The leaves are dense dark green. Terry lilac large (up to 10 centimeters in diameter) and fragrant flowers are part of the inflorescences. It grows rapidly and blooms several times per season. Resistant to disease.

Cordes hybrids (they are not separated into a separate group, but referred to as ramblers)

Lagoon

The fragrant tall plant has a diameter of 100 cm and a height of 300 cm. The racemose inflorescences consist of double large (up to 10 centimeters in diameter) flowers of a dark pink color. Flowering is observed 2 times per season. It is resistant to powdery mildew and black leg.

Golden Gate

The bush has many shoots, and its height is 350 centimeters. The racemose inflorescences consist of semi-double large (up to 10 centimeters in diameter) flowers, painted in a yellowish-golden color. They smell strongly of fruit. Flowering is observed twice per season.

Sympathy

The height of a branchy, vigorous bush is up to 300 cm, and the width is up to 200 cm. Small inflorescences consist of deep red flowers. Flowering is observed several times per season, but the very first is the most abundant. He is not afraid of frost, bad weather and illness. Fast growing.


Climbing roses: planting, care, the best varieties

Climbing roses make it possible to decorate any land plot in a beautiful and modern way. They are distinguished by lush flowering and a large number of decorative varieties, and caring for these plants is simple. Climbing or climbing roses are combined with any plants. They are suitable for the smallest areas as they do not take up much space. With their help, you can create beautiful garden forms: arches, pergolas, gazebos, mask walls and fences.

  • 1 Varieties
  • 2 Landing
    • 2.1 Earthworks
    • 2.2 Landing technology
    • 2.3 Post-plant pruning
  • 3 Outdoor care
    • 3.1 Summer care rules for climbing roses
    • 3.2 Preparing for winter
  • 4 Caring for Rambler
  • 5 Popular varieties
  • 6 Climbing miniature roses

The classification of modern climbing roses has not yet been developed enough, as there is an active selection work. Now there are two main groups: Rambler and Climber. They differ in the type of growth and the shape of the bush. In recent years, through the efforts of breeders, Climbers and Rambler have become similar to each other. New groups of roses also appeared: climbing miniature, climbing large-flowered and others.

For a temperate climate, the most promising varieties of climbing roses blooming on the shoots of the current year are the so-called Kleimers or Climbers.

Climbers have arched shoots - thick, tough, but thin and flexible at the ends. In the first year, the plants form 3-4 skeletal shoots growing from the middle of the bush. Skeletal shoots quickly become tough, covered with wood. The next year, many lateral branches grow on them, on which branches of the third order are formed next year. Eventually, the Climber grows into a dense shrub with flexible shoots, suitable for any type of formation. Flowers of this group of roses are large, can be collected in small inflorescences or be located singly. As a rule, Climbers bloom on the shoots of the current year.

Ramblera roses bloom on the shoots of last year, so the gardener has to spend a lot of effort to cover the long lashes and preserve them during the long winter.

To achieve the abundant annual flowering of climbing roses, you need to plant them correctly. Nurseries practice propagation of roses by cuttings, from which they get full-fledged seedlings in 1-2 years. Rose seedlings are available with open and closed root systems. Roses in tubes and with open roots can only be purchased before planting. The tube is a temporary package, so it is important that the buds hatch no more than 2 cm by the time of planting. Such a seedling needs to be planted as soon as possible. If the buds of a seedling in a tube or with an open root system hatch by more than 2 cm, they are broken out at the base before planting. Otherwise, a weak shoot will appear from them, which will not be decorative in the future. In order not to do unnecessary work and not to risk the decorative qualities of the future rose, it is worth choosing seedlings that are dormant or with newly hatched buds. Such plants keep well before planting and take root easily.

Potted roses can be bought and planted throughout the season - from early spring to late autumn. They represent an already formed seedling with branched shoots.

Before purchasing a seedling, you need to think over the design of the site. Consider:

  • the place where the plant will be grown
  • the role of the rose in garden design (arch, gazebo or other vertical landscaping design)
  • desired color and size of flowers
  • flowering duration.

If the seedling got on the occasion and the place for it is not planned, you can plant it on a temporary bed, and transplant it in early spring next year.

When buying and planting roses, the following rules must be observed:

  • Find out the exact name of the purchased variety, belonging to a particular group and features of agricultural technology.
  • Choose frost-resistant and disease-resistant varieties suitable for the climate of the zone.
  • Find out on which graft the seedling is grafted - medium or low-growing.
  • Do not buy roses older than 3 years.
  • Choose seedlings with branched, strong roots and two or three green shoots.
  • After purchase, disinfect the seedlings with Fundazol.
  • Soak seedlings with dried roots in water for 24 hours before planting.
  • Know exactly the characteristics of the soil on the site - acidity, texture (sandy or clayey), fertile or not.
  • If necessary, adjust the acidity, fertility and texture of the soil by adding lime, humus, peat, sand or clay to the planting pit.
  • Do not plant roses where plants of the same family have already grown - apple, pear, hawthorn, viburnum, raspberry, etc.
  • Choose sunny, elevated areas for planting without stagnant groundwater.
  • Do not plant climbing roses in the wind and in the shade, the minimum distance from tall trees is 70 cm.
  • Climbing roses are planted away from the walls of buildings so that water from the roof does not drip onto the roots.
  • Provide a place for laying whips for the winter.
  • Plant roses in cloudy weather or in the evening.
  • Roses planted in autumn should be covered with an air-dry method.
  • When planting in spring, roses need to be shaded and do not remove the shelter until the shoots start growing.
  • When planting in spring, cut off the shoots; when planting in autumn, postpone the pruning until spring.

Using twines and pegs, mark the places where the landing pits will be. Their size depends on whether the soil is provided with nutrients. On poor soils, the pits are made larger - in order to fill them with fertilizers. On fertile soil, a pit 40x40x40 cm in size is enough. The top layer of soil is removed from the marked area and folded separately - in the future it will be useful for making the planting mixture. If you plant a seedling in a properly prepared planting mixture, it will quickly take root and will actively develop.

Roses love fertile humus soils, water and air permeable. For the manufacture of planting substrate take:

  • fertile soil (top layer of garden soil)
  • washed river sand
  • well-rotted cow dung
  • compost.

Mineral fertilizers are not added to the mixture, since chemistry can burn delicate roots. Roses do not like the close occurrence of groundwater. Their roots go down to a depth of 1 meter. If the groundwater is higher, the plants will have to be planted in raised beds and drainage should be used. If the soil is sandy, a little clay is added to the planting hole.

When planting seedlings in spring, you need to wait until the ground thaws and warms up well. The air temperature should be set at around 10 degrees. Seedlings with an open root system are soaked for 10-15 hours in cold water to revive the dried roots. An hour before disembarkation, a growth stimulant can be added to the water: Humate or Heteroauxin.

There are two ways to plant roses:

  • Dry - the plants are set in a hole, covered with earth, tamped and watered.
  • Wet - they dig a hole, fill it with water. When the water is half absorbed, the seedling is lowered into the pit and gradually covered with dry earth.

The wet method is preferable, since in this case the ground tightly sticks to the roots and there are no air cavities under the ground that prevent the plant from absorbing moisture.

During planting, the rose is held by the graft site so as not to prick your hands on the thorns and break the seedling. The plant is planted at an angle of 30 degrees to the support, z deepening the vaccination site. If in ordinary roses the inoculation is deepened by a maximum of 5 centimeters, then in climbing roses - by 8-10 and even 15 cm. The inoculation must be deepened. The looser the soil, the deeper it is buried. If you leave the graft above ground level, the plant will freeze in the first year or will not grow lush enough.

Rose seedlings with a height of 20-40 cm go on sale. If you do not cut a long seedling after planting, only apical shoots will develop on it, which will be weak. In this case, the plant will turn out to be ankle, unsuitable for the formation of a good bush. After planting, it is recommended to cut off the seedlings with a secateurs, leaving a stump 10-15 cm above the grafting site. This technique allows the plant to quickly take root and form a good foundation - a branched and strong root system. The cut on the seedling is covered with garden pitch.

After planting, the bush is watered and spud higher with moist soil. Hilling helps the root system to form properly. In huddled seedlings, a root lobe first develops - an underground formation consisting of white roots no thicker than a thread. And only then the shoots start growing.

After two weeks, the seedlings are carefully unbuckled and a small hole is formed around the trunk. During this operation, care must be taken not to damage the buds that have sprouted underground, located at the base of the bush. After getting rid of it, you should carefully examine the seedling again. All buds should be directed away from the bush. The buds and shoots directed into the bush are shortened to the place where the outward bud grows. This is the most primitive formation, but it also helps to create a lush bush with strong shoots.

Caring for roses in the open field consists of many important agricultural activities. Weeding, watering, top dressing and periodic shaping are enough for ordinary garden plants. The climbing rose will need to be removed annually from the supports and covered for the winter, and in the spring, removed from under the shelter and raised to the supports. In addition, climbing roses are not pruned periodically, but annually. Plants require more thorough protection against fungal diseases, to which they are quite prone.

In the spring, roses are laid on supports only when the soil has finally thawed, and the buds begin to grow. You can accelerate the onset of vegetation by spilling the soil with hot water, stepping back 50 cm from the center of the bush.

The shelter must be removed in a timely manner, in cloudy weather and gradually so that the plants do not burn in the bright spring sun. Lutrasil is left on the lashes until the threat of recurrent spring frosts has passed.

After removing the shelter, the roses are examined. Very often white mold appears on the shoots during the winter. It is cleaned with a cloth and the affected areas are washed with copper sulfate or potassium permanganate. In the same period, the first cosmetic pruning is carried out, removing all blackened and dried shoots. Plant residues are burned. Trimming is carried out with a sharpened tool. A blunt pruner makes wrinkled cuts that heal poorly and turn into a focus of infection.

Slices are made at an angle, leaving at least 5 cm of the shoot above the nearest bud. Blackened and dried shoots are shortened to healthy tissue with a white core. You need to try to do the pruning on the outer bud so that the bush does not thicken. Blind (not flowering) shoots are cut to a highly developed bud. All sections are covered with garden varnish or oil paint.

In the spring, after sanitary pruning, the rose is treated with copper sulfate (100 g per 10 liters of water) and fed with nitrogen fertilizer (1 tbsp. L. Ammonium nitrate per 10 liters of water). Two weeks later, the plant is watered with an infusion of any organic fertilizer: herbal, infusion of mullein or bird droppings. Nitrogen fertilizing is not carried out at temperatures below 12 degrees. After cutting and feeding the plant, you should mulch the soil around it with humus, compost, peat or peat chips. The mulch layer should be at least 5 cm.

Rambler are pruned in the fall, after the end of the second wave of flowering. In these plants, flowers are formed on young branches, so whips older than 5 years are cut when pruning.


Climbing roses: what are they?

The climbing rose differs from its “relatives” by its long, flexible and creeping shoots, which can reach a length of 1.5–5 meters.

There are two types of it: Climbers and Ramblers.

  • Climing roses are true climbing roses that have long, thick stems and do not require a garter.

They grow slowly and bloom late. The flowers are large, the plant blooms many times, the buds are formed on both last year's and new shoots.

  • Ramblers or curly roses with thin, flexible, long shoots are fast growing.

Usually they have small flowers, collected in bunches, which are formed on ripe last year's shoots. Therefore, it is so important to prevent freezing of the whips in winter.

The disadvantages include a single flowering of plants, however, this can be easily corrected by planting different varieties nearby, differing in flowering times.

To date, breeders have bred various varieties of climbing roses, which differ from each other in the color of the flowers, the period and duration of flowering.


Floribunda roses

  • The height of these plants ranges from 0.3 to 1 m. Each shoot from above forms a large bouquet of bright flowers.
  • The petals are goblet or bowl-shaped; they are either double or smooth.
  • Floribunda blooms in July and lasts from 2 to 3 months.
  • The size of flowers can vary from 4 to 11 cm.
  • These flowers are grown as shrubs or as standard plants.
  • In some cases, potting can be used.

The number of varieties of these varieties is quite large. The most popular floribunda varieties are:

  • (Galaxy) Growth up to 80 cm, petals are terry, white, with a slight shade of red at the edges. Their scent resembles that of flaxseed oil.
  • (Carte Blanche) White, up to 1 m high. Blossom until early October. They are resistant to disease.
  • (Blue Bajoo) The shade of the inflorescences is bluish-lilac, which against the background of yellow-green shoots gives the illusion of blue. The plant is capricious and demanding on growing conditions, but it is appreciated by flower growers for its original colors.
  • (Frisia) Height up to 70 cm. A large number of buds with yellow petals. Terry petals, extremely fragrant. Blooms in late June, blooms until mid-October.

These varieties are thermophilic, they like well-lit areas, they need protection from the wind and also require space for the root system of each bush. Planting holes must be at least 50 cm deep.


Caring for planted bushes

The main rules for caring for climbing roses include regular watering, timely feeding of plants, garter and pruning of shoots, sheltering bushes for the winter and protecting them from pests and diseases. Let's consider each point in more detail.

Watering and feeding

Climbing shrubs do not like excess moisture and tolerate drought without problems. It is recommended to water them once a week with a small amount of water, which should not be cold. Overmoistening plants can lead to viral diseases and poor appearance of the bushes.

Fertilizing roses is best manure or other organic fertilizers, alternating them with mineral dressings. It should be borne in mind that young plants at first will be sufficiently fertilized when planting soil. Therefore, it is not necessary to feed them too often. The next year after planting, caring for climbing roses will consist of fertilizing with fertilizers of the following composition:

  • fresh black soil
  • humus
  • phosphorus feed
  • humus.

With such a mixture, the soil in which the roses grow "revives" in spring and autumn. If it is not possible to prepare the composition yourself, then you can buy ready-made fertilizer for roses.

Pruning shoots

All climbing roses are divided into two types, each of which requires a certain pruning:

  1. In shrubs flowering from June to July, after planting, all shoots are shortened. There should be shoots 30 cm long. New stems that appear during active growth are cut off as needed to form a beautiful bush.
  2. Roses with a small number of basal shoots, which appear only on old branches, are shortened to 30 cm in the first year. The next year after planting, all old shoots are cut out completely.

Garter of climbing roses

After pruning, new branches will begin to grow, which need to be guided, giving the bush the intended shape. To form more buds, individual lashes are tied. In this case, it is undesirable that they only go up, since with this arrangement, the buds are formed only at the tops.

For lush flowering bushes there are several ways to tie:

  1. Shoots can be fanned out, leaving the side branches not tied up. They will not interfere with each other, freely extending to the sides and up.
  2. The main shoots are located horizontally, tied to the support. After a while, they will give new side branches that will grow upward, forming a cloud of beautiful flowers.
  3. In order for the curly branches to braid an arch or a pillar, they are tied up in a spiral, twisting around the support.

No matter how the bush is formed, one should not neglect the care of climbing roses and preparing them for winter.

Protecting roses from frost

Before proceeding with the shelter, the bushes must be prepared. For this, leaves are removed from them, old loops and weak shoots are cut out. As a result there should be 11-12 healthy and strong shoots... All work is carried out in dry weather.

The way a climbing plant hides depends on the region in which it grows. In regions with a mild climate, the branches can not be removed from the support, first covering them with spruce branches, and then wrapping them with foil.

In areas with severe winters, the plants are completely removed from the support. First, they are collected in a large bundle and tied. After the air temperature drops to -5C, they gently tilt to the ground, where they are fixed with wire or pegs. The base of the bush is sprinkled with a mixture of peat and soil, and the shoots are covered with spruce branches. From above everything takes cover thick film or agrofiber.

It is very important to remove the shelter on time in spring. Otherwise, in a humid environment and without fresh air, the roses may suffocate and start to hurt. On open bushes, shoots are refreshed and tied to supports. The first feeding is recommended only after the appearance of young leaves.

Diseases of climbing roses

In case of errors in the care and incorrect arrangement of the bushes on the site, they may be affected by the following diseases:

  1. Black spot occurs on young shoots in warm weather and heavy rains. You can recognize it by the black and brown spots on the leaves, which have a yellow halo. All affected leaves are removed from the plant and burned. Feeding is done with phosphate and potassium.
  2. Powdery mildew progresses with increased humidity. If a white bloom appears on the leaves and stems, and the flowers do not bloom, then this indicates that the plant is sick. The bushes are processed with iron and copper sulfate, all the affected areas are cut out, the soil is dug up.
  3. Bacterial cancer can be recognized by the growths and bumps on the roots. They are soft at first, but darken over time. The plant begins to dry out and dies. The affected roots are cut out, and the remaining ones are treated with copper sulfate.

When treating climbing roses, it must be remembered that all cut off affected areas must be burned... Otherwise, they can infect other plants.

Proper planting and care is the key to the abundant and long-lasting flowering of these royal flowers. Those who decide to grow climbing roses on their site will never regret it.


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