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John Davis Climbing Antique Rose – Super Hardy – 2.5″ Pot

John Davis is one of the most beautiful, winter-hardy climbing roses. When this rose is in peak full bloom in late June, it is smothered in flowers. Standing next to a fully blooming John Davis rose gives you a sense of being in a cloud of blossoms. The flowers on this rose closely resemble that of an Old Garden Rose. The 3 1/2″ blossoms are very double, somewhat quartered and a light pink color. Blossoms are produced in clusters of up to 17 blossoms and repeat throughout the summer until frost. It also has very few thorns and has healthy foliage. John Davis grows 6 to 8-feet tall if given support and makes a great pillar or low-climbing rose. It can also be allowed to ramble, but it will benefit from a little pruning to help control its shape a bit. It is very winter hardy to Zone 3 with no winter cane dieback. Blossom color: Light pink. Fragrance: Slight fragrance. Bloom time: Repeats June – October. Size: 6-9′h. Shape: Tall canes Uses: Trellis, post, fence, arbor, mixed border, hedge. Hardiness: Zones 3-9

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