The climbing roses are explorer roses. Curiosity is in their DNA and it keeps pushing them forward to look, discover and understand more about the world they share with you. Christophe Colombe, a Meilland Richardier creation, is such a daredevil rose.
Christophe Colomb has all the qualities of a successful rose: it has the special and vibrant colour of an Indian orange, with pepper-red rims and a medium-size flower with 25-27 petals. It is ready to roam through your garden or explore the walls of your home. It can grow to more than 2 meters and it flowers repeatedly until the first frost.
Spectacular and very elegant, Christophe Colomb won the golden medal in Genoa, 1992.
Quality 1+ (premium) Year 2 bushes, very sturdy, grafted on the best rootstock in the world right now, which gives the roses vigour and great resistance over time.
Species: Climbing Exposure: Full sun Resistance to diseases: Very good Flowering: May to first frost Height: 2 m+ Spacing between plants: 1-2 m Fragrance: No Bloom size: 10 cm Medals: 1 medal