Roses > Climber > Aloha

A Kordes rose. Purchased from Vintage Gardens. Planted in Fall of 2004. I also grow the apricot sport of this rose, Dixieland Linda, which is just as vigorous and resistant to black spot. It's growing in the corner of the front yard right by the street, stands about 6-7 feet tall, and thrives on complete neglect. This is one of the roses that grew very well during a two year period of neglect between 2007-2009. During this time, the roses in the garden received no pruning, fertilizing, weeding, or supplemental watering. This rose showed no cane dieback or other evidence of disease.

Resistant to blackspot


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