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

By Karen