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Rosa Climbing Cécile Brüner


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  • Common Name: Climbing Polyantha Rose
  • Position: Full sun to partial shade
  • Soil: Fertile, moist but well-drained soil
  • Flowers: June to July
  • Flower Colour: Light pink
  • Hardiness: Fully hardy
  • Habit: Deciduous shrub
  • Height & Spread: 600cm × 750cm
Nicknamed the "sweetheart rose" Cécile Brunner conquered the world of roses as soon as it was introduced in 1881 and has remained uniquely popular ever since. The flowers are carried in large, airy clusters like a polyantha, typically with 10-25 flowers, but each resembles a miniature Hybrid Tea.  They open from the most elegant and slender buds imaginable, which develop into perfect, small flowers, usually with reflexed petals and sometimes with a button eye.  The flowers are coral pink in the centre and pinky white at the edges, fading especially quickly in sun, and strongly scented.  The plant is healthy, vigorous, easy to grow and almost thornless.

Climbing Cécile Brunner is remarkable for its vigour and floriferousness.  Most climbing sports are not as free-flowering as the bush roses from which they are sported, but Climbing Cécile Brunner will grow to at least 8m and an established plant is seldom out of flower.  Its flowers and leaves are slightly larger than those of the original.  The flowers are borne in large clusters of up to 100 (typically 20-30).

All the roses we sell have been field grown and lifted when the conditions are at their best. If ordering potted roses, as the plants will not start to put on any more root growth until the spring, please do not be surprised to find the compost fall away from the roots when you take the plant out of its pot. We use a high quality compost so you can incorporate this when you plant your rose.

Rosa 'Climbing Cécile Brünner' (ClPoly) RHS Award of Garden Merit

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