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'Climbing Crimson Glory' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 84-249
most recent 15 APR 20 SHOW ALL
Initial post 11 APR 15 by Jay-Jay
Does this rose perform well in (partial) shade? ....Or put the question different: Is this rose relatively shade-tolerant?
Reply #1 of 4 posted 15 APR 20 by DLEverette_NC_Zone7b
Hey Jay-Jay, did you ever find out an answer to this? I'm thinking about putting one in a partially shaded spot
Reply #2 of 4 posted 15 APR 20 by Jay-Jay
I'm learning it the hard way, for it stands part of the day (heavy) shade from oaks and Yew. It survives despite the past hot dry years. It flowers a bit, but doesn't thrive. It didn't die though. It stays over there, because there is a row of red climbing roses along the fence. But will cut off about a meter of the Yew.
Reply #3 of 4 posted 15 APR 20 by DLEverette_NC_Zone7b
I see. Mine will be heavily shaded near trees too. If it doesn't bloom much in partial shade then that might not work for me :-/

Thanks for the reply!
Reply #4 of 4 posted 15 APR 20 by Jay-Jay
That's the downside... But the rich red color and the scent are better in partial shade is my experience.
Discussion id : 99-849
most recent 23 MAY 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 22 MAY 17 by Jay-Jay
When the flower is fully opened, it shows similarity to a Flamenco dress!
Reply #1 of 2 posted 23 MAY 17 by Patricia Routley
That's the impression I get from 'Mme. Gregoire Staechelin' flouncing and dancing in the breeze.
Reply #2 of 2 posted 23 MAY 17 by Jay-Jay
You are a poet, Patricia!
Discussion id : 95-328
most recent 10 OCT 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 OCT 16 by Claus Elvers 1965
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Discussion id : 26-923
most recent 30 MAY 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 30 MAY 08 by a_carl76
I have always been afraid to try many of the climbing sports of hybrid teas as they suffer a lot of winter damage here in Iowa (zone 5b). I decided to try Climbing Crimson Glory because the bush form is my favorite rose and I wanted to add a little more height to it. I was not disappointed. My plant is grown on its own roots and each year it comes back stronger than the previous year. It is now entering its fourth year in my garden and it came through the coldest winter (since I have grown it) with more and longer good canes and stronger spring growth than the previous years. The flowering does not disappoint either. It blooms consistantly and at all heights with the same color, form, and fragrance as the bush form. I do not hesitate to recommend this rose to anyone wishing to try their hand at a climbing hybrid tea. You must try this rose!!!!
Reply #1 of 1 posted 30 MAY 08 by HMF Admin
Thanks for sharing your experience.
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