in 1993. Here is a garden picture of Rosa Dublin Bay rose with growing information.
This is another wonderful large-flowered climber bearing blooms in large, loose clusters.
The 'Dublin Bay' climber is one of the best and most popular red climbing roses that you can find.
It blooms with a prolific abundance and repeat flowers quickly. It's almost never wihout flowers.
So this plant in full bloom is blanketed with flowers.
They are deep, ruby red and double petaled.
'Dublin Bay' is a perticular favorite of gardeners in the damp Pacific Northwest because its buds and flowers continue to look great even after frequent rains.
Mature Plant Height: 8 to 14 feet.
Bloom Size: 4.5 inches.
Bloom Time: midseason, repeats.
Fragrance: moderate, spicy.
Year Introduced: 1975.
American Rose Society Rating: 8.5.
'Dublin Bay' is an upright and vigorous climber but not rampantly, depending on the climate. Warmer climates will make this rose grow taller.
Its healthy glossy foilage has an attractive rich green color. The fragrance is moderate and a very pleasant fruity scent.
The blooms are velvety and very beautiful. They are large with a clear red color that does well in all climates. The foliage looks very attractive against the red flowers and is very disease-resistance and sparsely thorned.
Train 'Dublin Bay' rose on garden structures. An arbor, trellis or pergola would be perfect. This rose will add beauty to your garden or landscape. Zones 5-10, height 9-12 feet.