Golden Gate (Climbing rose / rosa / Rambler)
Vigorous, arching stems bear a profusion of semi-double flowers with a strong, sweet fragrance.
Colour of the flowers: yellow (repeat flowering).
Height: 2,5 meter (8 10 feet)
Flowering Period(s): June - October
Ideal position: full sun
Pruning: For the first two or three years after planting, your new climbing rose will not require any pruning. Year 3 after the new shoots have flowered, cut the stems back to within 3-8 cm from the main frame branch. This will ensure that you get plenty of new shoots - which will then flower the next year.
Other features: Hardy and disease-resistant, it tolerates poor soils and light shade. Good as a shrub or climbing over a lattice or bower.
Clematis Online - Climbers (Maigold - Climbing roses / Ramblers)