Arborose® Quicksilver
Quicksilver
Quicksilver
Arborose® Quicksilver
Arborose® Quicksilver
Arborose® Quicksilver
Arborose® Quicksilver
Quicksilver
Quicksilver
Quicksilver
Quicksilver

Arborose® Quicksilver

$58 Regular price
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MUST-HAVE! Arborose Quicksilver is a lavender Climber no garden should be without! Her very double, romantic, lavender flowers shine against dark-green, disease-resistant foliage. Her gently cupped blooms offer a moderate, sweet rose fragrance that will perfume the air nearby. Maturing at about 7'x4', this wonderful Climber works well on smaller arbors, pillars, trellises, and fences. Her 5-star reviews all rave about how quickly she climbs and produces blooms. Arborose Quicksilver is a definite “must-have” rose!

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC007 GALLON
Bloom Types Very Full
Breeder Code KORpucoblu
Characteristic(s) Cutting
Color Purple
Specific Color Lavender
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Approximate Size 7' x 4'

Arborose® Quicksilver

$58.00
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Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
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L.H.
Beautiful just no scent

Gorgeous roses. Came so well packaged and healthy! Already growing and blooming. But, absolutely no scent. Not sure if that might come with time but sad to not have the smell I associate with this variety of rose. Still recommend for its beauty, just can’t confirm the scent.

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D.T.
Beautiful, Exceeds Expectations!

This rose exceeded my expectations. I’ve had it for almost a year and it’s trippled in size but manageable. It has many buds ready to bloom. The roses are a beautiful deep lavender color and the roses stay pretty for a long time. The petals don’t blow off in the wind. Although it’s a climber, the stems are sturdy and upright. It works well in narrow spaces. I only have to tie a few stems to the support. This rose is disease resistant and hardy. I’m in Zone 6 and many of the plants leaves stayed on all winter. It’s planted in a shallow planting bed in my city garden and flourishing even though it’s sharing space with a few boxwoods. I really didn’t believe it would survive. I love this rose and wish I had room for more of this variety. Highly recommend!

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R.W.
Column of Beauty

I bought this climber for my ex-daughter-in-law in WV four years ago and I'll probably buy her a couple more, she's hinted she'd like her deck covered in them. It didn't do much for two years except shoot up to her second story deck. But, in subsequent years, it's flowered heavily, blooming in flushes from spring to first freeze. It blooms a silvery-lavender in normal and cool weather, turning pinkish-lilac in hotter temperatures. It's a gorgeous rose, with healthy, heavy foliage. My grandson sent me photos and said there are nearly a hundred tiny buds starting to come out as its earlier flush fades away. My ex-DIL is delighted with this climbing beauty.

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Pamela
2ND year to produce very few blooms.

Sadly this pretty lavender climber doesn't want to take off in my garden unlike MOST of my Heirloom roses, which have done well. She has the support of a fence post and the fence, sunlight and enough space, but has only had about 2 roses a season (2 years) at best. I was looking forward to these since I chiefly planted purples, blue-pinks, and lavender roses here in east Texas-- and this would've been perfect. Magnesium sulphate did very little though the foliage and canes are healthy. I believe it's time for super phosphate and maybe stimulant.

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Danielle
Grows quickly with lovely bloooms!

I've had this rose for maybe 2-3 months and it's grown well so far and even provided two blooms now! The blooms are a lovely purple/pink tone. I can't wait to see how this rose looks a year from now!

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