Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique
Antique

Antique

$50 Regular price
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  • Cutting
  • Partial Shade

With over 50+ petals per bloom, Antique wows as a continual blooming rose standing strong in the middle of any garden. Her dark-green foliage provides a stark contrast to the creamy, rose pink blooms edged with vibrant pink. She is an excellent Climber but can also be grown as a Shrub with support. Antique would be perfect for a north facing wall as she can handle dappled shade well.

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC681 GALLON
Bloom Types Full
Characteristic(s) Cutting, Partial Shade
Color Pink
Specific Color Pink shading to cream
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°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1998
Approximate Size 8' x 4'

Antique

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Customer Reviews

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John Stockton
Novice

Planted for full morning sun. Very healthy plant with two nice 5’-6’ canes and two beautiful bloom clusters the first year. This Spring there is vigorous growth at each leaf node on last year’s canes and two new canes. I am highly encouraged for lots of bloom this season.

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Anu
Gorgeous blossom and coloring

I’m in zone 9b/10a and have placed antique in a wine barrel in a North facing spot with not that much sunlight. I disagree with reviewer Sara at least for my zone; this is a robust growing rose. I planted it in a combination of compost, earthworm castings, potting soil and mint mulch. The darn thing exploded a cane five feet up and over my fence. I only got one blossom so far but this is to be expected since it is only in its first year. But let me tell you, this rose blossom is gorgeous. The coloring is phenomenal. Hard to judge fragrance at this point, likely it will take a few years to truly tell (as with most roses).

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Donna Giddens
My new antique rose

I purchased this rose fairly late in the growing season, but it did not disappoint! I got a couple of blooms the first year and much growth. It seems happy in the eastern side of our property where it gets a lot of sun early in the day It's going to look spectacular growing up the side of our new deck next year. If I can post a pic then, I will!

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Patricia B.
Love this rose

I planted this rose in 1998 in a sunny location, and it flourished. We moved it to our back fence still in a sunny area about 5 years later because we redesigned our backyard. The fence is 8ft tall and within another few years it was taller than the fence. Now it is twice the height of the fence and we have to look up when it blooms. The problem was that we didn't know how important it is to train climbing roses.
For the last 5 years we have neglected our garden completely while we cared for my grandma and then her estate. This is rose is still going strong without any care.
We are buying my Grandma's farm, so I am buying this rose again because I love it so much. However, this time I'm pegging it. It is going to be gorgeous.

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christine P.
Still thriving after years of neglect

I bought this rose in 2008. I ran into family difficulties and stopped gardening for 8 years or so. This rose is still going with the minimum care I gave it. It is beautiful and smells so so good. I just started gardening again and wanted to share how much I love this rose. I love it.

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