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Great modern climbers. Produces well-shaped salmon-pink blooms with a slight apricot tint. Each bloom is bourne on a single stem and has a strong and sweet fragrance.
Best grown in full sun in free draining soil rich in organic matter.
Dig a hole twice as wide and deep as the pot your rose comes in.
Plant into the loosened soil.
For best results train it to grow up a structure suchas a fence or trellis.
Water deeply during the drier summer months.
In July, prune into an open vase shape, allowing air to flow through. Pruning cuts should be made at a 45 degree angle sloping away from a bud. Prune to an outward facing bud.