Climbing Cape Diamond rose is a gorgeous, beautiful climbing rose plant that I really like a lot.>
The reasons for my admiration for rosa Cape Diamond are found on this page below.
I love its deep, pure, pink rose blooms. It's hard to find a prettier pink colored climbing rose.
And the fragrance, it's a lovely old fashioned spicy rose scent that I always love in roses.Buy Rosa Cape Diamond Here
Did I mentioned that 'Cape Diamond' rose is cold hardy?
Yes, it sure is very hardy.
And listen to this: It's most likely the most disease resistant rose on the market today.
Now I know we rose gardeners are always looking for roses that are super resistant to blackspot, powdery mildew and rust.
And rosa Cape Diamond delivers on all counts.
Another thing I really like about this climber is the beautiful foilage.
It's silvery green and is a great contrast to the pure pink rose flowers.
It's a smaller climbing rose perfect for planting in a container with a trellis inserted.
Also a perfect climber for a small patio garden because it will take up very little space.
This climbing rose repeat flowers all season long if deadheaded regularly.
Growing zones 4-9.
Even though it will bloom with less sun than other climbers, it will flower the best with at least 6 hours of direct sun per day during the growing season.
Plant it in a hole 2 feet wide and about 1 foot deep.
For best results use the Miracle Grow For Roses Soil in the planting hole.
It has all the nutriens your rose will need to get off to a great start and provide maximum flower production.
Be sure to deep water the rose about 3 times a week for the first month or so, especially if there is no rain.
After that a deep soaking 2 times a week would suffice.
Wait to feed the rose until you see foilage emerging.
Then feed it after each flower flush every months with rose food.
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