4th of July Rose


twister016We think this rose is supposed to look like 4th of July fireworks.  Red and white striped is certainly appropriate, and it’s a vigorous climber with canes of 12 to 14 feet that would stand out in any garden.  A 1999 All-America Rose Selection, ‘Fourth of July’ was the first climber to make the AARS award in more than 20 years.  Judge John Mattia called ‘Fourth of July’ “the best garden rose introduced in the last decade,” and he said it’s “an eye-catcher” in all parts of the country.  Fragrant as well, and it re-blooms after the first flush.

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