Pleine de Grace is a gently arching rambler, with well-formed pure white clusters of single flowers. It can be grown as a tall shrub or left to ramble with support. Orange hips follow in Autumn. Its dazzling blooms make it a perfect choice for pollinating insects. Size 3.5m x 2m
Pleine de Grace
About Pleine de Grace:
|Date of Introduction||1984|
|Hardiness Zone||6 -what’s this?|
Suitable for a pillar, arch, pergola. Perfect for pollinators.
PLEASE NOTE: There is no more Potted Stock available for this variety this year. Bareroot is now the earliest buying option.
More about Rambling Roses:
Rambling Roses are more pliable in growth than Climbers and generally flower only once. The individual blooms tend to be smaller and come in large trusses, but for sheer quantity of bloom they are unsurpassed. Although normally trained upwards to cover a trellis, fencing or wall, their lax nature also make them useful for trailing down slopes. Some of the very vigorous sorts can be trained up through trees or used to smother unsightly buildings etc.
Pruning Guide: Ramblers require little pruning. Once established one or two of the older stems can be removed after flowering to encourage new basal growth.
Read our blog on how to prepare the ground for your bareroot Pleine de Grace rose. Or for more on how to prune and care for rambling roses, visit the RHS website.
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