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Rosa Amadeus is a new variety of deciduous climbing red rose from well-respected rose breeder W. Kordes. It’s a good choice for arbours, wall and arches.
In spring as the weather warms up Amadeus climbing rose develops large glossy deep green leaves which are highly resistant to mildew and black spot. Its glossy foliage grows on a framework of strong thorny stems and remains in place all summer until the frosts arrive. Large trusses of buds appear around April and open into deep ruby-red flowers that repeat bloom throughout the summer. Amadeus roses grow in small clusters but the blooms are large, measuring at least eight centimetres across.
Lightly scented to attract pollinators and medium double in type, the blooms are rain resistant and barely fade to blue as they go over.
This superb modern climbing red rose is grown in the Abbey Rockefeller Rose Garden in New York without pesticides and has won gold awards in international rose competitions.
Height And Spread Of Rosa Amadeus Amadeus climbing rose will reach two and a half metres and spread over one metre. Its size makes it perfect for trellis, arches and arbours.
How Hardy Is Rosa Amadeus Amadeus Rose is very hardy and will withstand UK winters down to sub-zero temperatures if its roots are well-drained. Once established it is drought resistant and because it’s a modern rose grown by a reputable breeder it has excellent mildew and black spot resistance too.
How To Use Rosa Amadeus A perfect choice to cover an arch, arbour or bare sunny wall Amadeus brings a flush of ruby red all summer long and creates a strong framework for flowering clematis. This is a good choice for low maintenance gardens as it doesn’t need pruning, and it attracts pollinators to wildlife gardens with large flowers and light scent.
Try pairing yours with another of W. Kordes’s modern climbers such as white Rosa Alaska for a striking effect.
How To Care For Rosa Amadeus Rosa Amadeus will grow in the majority of well-drained soils and enjoys plenty of sunshine. Be sure to plant yours with the graft line below the soil and tie its long stems to a trellis or wire support for protection against wind breakage.
This climbing rose is bred for resistance to black spot and mildew but you can help it with regular feeding and watering. Roses are hungry plants and the best flower displays come from well-fed, regularly dead-headed roses.
Apply a thick layer of mulch to its roots twice yearly and water it well during dry spells.