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Plant Profile: Rose ‘Dublin Bay’

Rose Dublin BayThe flowers are carried on long stems in clusters of three to nine and have dark red petals with crimson markings on the tips to give a velvety look. The plants are prickly and tend to look like a shrub for a while before starting to climb. The foliage is shiny and dark green. Makes an excellent hedge and flowers are good for cutting.

Type: Modern Large Flowered Climber
Origin: McGreedy, New Zealand, 1974
Parentage: ‘Bantry Bay’ x ‘Altissimo’
Flower Size: 4”
Petal Count: 25
Scent: Slight, fruity
Flowering: Flushes
Plant Size: 8-12’ H x 5’ W
Hardiness: Zone 5
ARS Rating: 8.4