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Plant shape: 3 Canes
Pot size: 20 Litres
Plant ID: 8860 2
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Rosa Heidetraum Plus Rose is a variety of deciduous climbing rose with beautiful deep pink flowers. It’s a good choice for arbours, walls and arches.
In spring Heidetraum Plus Rose sprouts medium to dark green foliage on its strong but graceful stems. In June a huge mass of semi-double rich pink fluffy flowers with golden yellow centres bloom in bunches on the tips of its branches. The blooms cluster in large groups and create a colourful impact of flushes over the summer. As autumn approaches the flowers and foliage drop to reveal a framework of strong stems that hold the frost until new foliage appears the following year. Heidetraum Plus Rose has a light scent that is not overpowering but very attractive to pollinators.
Height And Spread of Rosa Heidetraum Plus Heidetraum Plus Rose is a climbing rose that will reach a height of three metres and spread over a metre.
How Hardy Is Rosa Heidetraum Plus This is a hardy climbing rose that will withstand UK winters and sub-zero temperatures if its roots are well-drained. It’s drought resistant once established and the blooms resist rain spoil.
How To Use Rosa Heidetraum Plus A perfect choice to cover an arch, arbour or bare sunny wall, Heidetraum Rose brings a flush of warm pink to the garden all summer long and creates a strong framework for other climbers. Try pairing yours with a white-flowering clematis for a real pop of summer colour.
This is also a good choice for low maintenance wildlife gardens as it doesn’t need pruning, and attracts pollinators with large flowers and light scent.
How To Care For Rosa Heidetraum Plus Rosa Heidetraum 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. You can help roses resist mildew and blackspot with regular feeding and watering. Roses are hungry plants and the strongest flower displays come from well-fed, regularly dead-headed roses.
Mulch is important for healthy roses so add a good pile of well-rotted manure to Rosa Heidetraum’s roots twice a year for strong foliage growth and a bright flower display.