Cancan
Cancan™
Cancan™
Cancan™
Cancan™
Cancan
Cancan™

Cancan™

$50 Regular price
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  • Pollinator Friendly

Cancan is an excellent addition to the hardy Climber collection from Will Radler, breeder of The Knock Out Rose. Her unique flowers are bright fuchsia to light pink with creamy white towards the center and edges of the petals. Cancan has excellent disease resistance and is a continual bloomer set against semi-glossy foliage. Perfect for zones 5-9, she will climb upwards of 10’ while staying moderately compact at just 3-4’ wide.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC015 GALLON
Bloom Types Cupped, Semi-Double
Characteristic(s) Pollinator Friendly
Color Pink
Specific Color Magenta To Light Pink With A Cream Center
Fragrance Lightly Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 2009
Approximate Size 10' x 3'-4'

Cancan™

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Customer Reviews

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Victoria Weseley
Beautiful display

I have had this rose for several years and never disappoints… early, big splash of color! Beautiful … however, does not bloom continuously … a few blooms here and there through the season after pruning to group of five leaves.

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Pamela W.
CLIMBING CANCAN blooms moderately, mostly Spring

CanCan has taken it's place on a rose arbor opposite Lady Banksia (dainty yellow climber) and blooms predominantly in Spring with some summer and mid fall blossoms. It's a bright magenta that shows up across the garden well. The cream on its face reflect more light and make an unusual show. This rose has done best it's 2nd/3rd year of growth and is headed up the arbor for support as planned. I was worried at first about mildew in my area but not a problem for Cancan

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Carissa R.
bursting into the second year

I planted Cancan in June of 2021, and the first year, she didn't do much. She leafed out and produced a few blooms, but that was it. I was worried she was dying, or a dud, or starved for sunlight. I wondered if I should dig her up and give her away.
It's now early April 2022 and in 3 short weeks this spring she has grown more than during the entire 2021 growing season. Turns out she just needed a little time to get used to her new home. I'll update at the end of this season on her sustained growth rate, but so far, I'm very relieved, and very excited for what lies ahead.

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Ruby C.
So far, not many flowers

I bought this in June, and it's now October. I followed the planting directions. I have had many roses at different homes I have owned in Zone 7. Cancan has put out about 4 blooms, and I have had it since June, so that's not a lot. My hope is that it will overwinter, and it will bloom more next year.

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Ana B.
Disappointed

I bought 2 Cancan Climbing roses and received them may 14, plant them on may 16 or 20/2021 I also ordered the HR fish fertilizer through Amazon.
They’re growing slowly and I have see a few roses in one of the plants, the other one only gave me about 2 roses and is looking like is dying ???? Not sure what the problem is since they’re planted against my backyard fence where they get enough sun and enough shade. So anyways, I don’t recommend this climbing rose. Maybe I’ll change my opinion next year if they come back and actually grow how is advertising here.

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