The Aloha Rose, are climbing roses that can be grown as a short climbing rose, or a free-flowering shrub.
This widely grown large flowered climber, has large multi-petalled blooms in a lovely shade of pink, with a deeper reverse.
The restrained growth of this rose, makes it a good choice for climbing up pillars. Plant it on a lamp post for a nice effect, or grow it as a shrub, and watch the blooms appear all season!
Blooming on this climbing rose starts in Summer, and continues through Fall.
Type Climbing Rose
Hybridizer Boerner 1949
Blooms Rose-pink, with a darker reverse. Cupped flowers are 3 1/2” across With 58 petals
Growth Habits Tall, vigorous, bushy grower, that can reach 8-10’
Foliage medium size, dark green, leathery
Hardy Zone 5-9
The large, round buds on 'Aloha' open to beautiful pink flowers, that have a darker reverse,with a hint of orange-pink in the center.
These pink rose bushes are very hardy, and do well even in the shade. Warmer temperatures, however bring out the best color on this two-toned beauty.
Aloha tolerates poor soil, but is still slow growing even in rich soil. It resists rain well.
Hybrid Tea shaped buds slowly open to a rose that has a great number of petals when re-flexed and opened out flat. This rose drops it's petals well, and doesn't ball, even in damp weather.
The color is unique; soft and warm. A very pretty rose.
These rose flowers make excellent cut flowers that are long-lasting in the vase. With such a lovely colored flower, and sweet fragrance, you'll be picking lots for bouquets.
The Aloha `rose is considered a large-flowered climber, because of the generous size of the flowers. It is repeat- flowering, and makes a fantastic shrub, or climber.
It has healthy foliage, and a sweet apple fragrance. Once it starts blooming, it is rarely without flowers.
Care: For the first couple of years after planting, train the new shorts horizontally, by tying them,or spiraling them around a pillar.
Third year and after: trim the main stems as needed and shorten the side shoots.
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