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  • Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose
  • Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose

Joseph's Coat Climbing Rose

SKU: BR1531
$42.99
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A continuous kaleidoscope of ever-changing yellow to scarlet back to orange and carmine has made this rose a classic. The green apple foliage helps soften the bold in-your-face statement made by the profusion of vivid, almost indescribable blooms.

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Description

Cultivar: Joseph’s Coat
Class: Climbing

A continuous kaleidoscope of ever-changing yellow to scarlet back to orange and carmine has made this rose a classic in mild climates. The green apple foliage helps soften the bold in-your-face statement made by the profusion of vivid, almost indescribable blooms. Very popular. Bounteous clusters with double flowers of ever-changing colorful hues. Glossy apple-green leaves. Blooms on new and old wood. Not hardy. Popular proven performer.

Care

Sun Needs: Roses bloom the best in full sun. Choose a location with at least 6 hours of sun per day. Morning sun is more kind to the plant.
Soil/Water Needs: Rich, sandy loam is the preferred soil for roses. Amend difficult soils with humus, or consider building up the beds to ensure good drainage. Roses will not tolerate soggy, wet roots. Provide a slow, deep soaking with each irrigation. Sandy soils require more watering than clay soils. Hot temperatures should prompt more frequent irrigation. Only wet the foliage in very early morning hours.
Planting and Care Tip:
Unique Color
A Bold Statement

Quick Facts

Flower Color: Multicolors of red, pink, orange and yellow
Flower Size: Medium
Flower Form: Double
Petal Count: 23 to 28
Foliage Color: Glossy apple-green
Growth Habit: Climbing canes 10 to 12 feet
Fragrance: Classic
Parentage: Buccaneer x Circus
Hybridizer: Herbert Swim & David Armstrong
Intro Year: 1964

Planting with Pulp Pots:All our roses are planted in fiber pulp pots. Click here for more info.

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