ROSE OF THE WEEK
CHAPLIN'S PINK CLIMBER
Climbing Rose . 1928. 15ft plus.
A popular old rose which is not so widely used these days which is a great shame as it is very beautiful and versatile.
Although it is called a climber it is also known as a rambler as it has a rambling habit and mostly summer flowering.
The blooms are vivid pink which are not to everyone's taste, and have golden yellow stamens.
The blooms are produced in large clusters of 8-12 and are very free flowering and last for ages, with some scattered flowering later in the season.
Glossy mid green foliage plus a nice musky fragrance.
Grows to 15ft plus and is suitable for growing up trees and will also cope with a North wall.
Well worth a place in any rose lover's garden.
Bred by Chaplin Bros. UK
Royal Horticultural Society, Award of Garden Merirt. 1928
Royal National Rose Society Certificate of Merit. 1928
Royal National Rose Society Gold Medal 1928
Also known as Chaplins Pink. Chaplins Pink Cluster.
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