Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay®
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay

Dublin Bay®

$50 Regular price
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  • Container Friendly
  • Pollinator Friendly
  • Partial Shade

If you are looking for an overachieving, red Climber this is the rose for you. Dublin Bay has rich green foliage and is covered from spring until frost with clusters of beautiful, velvety red, semi-double, 4" blooms of 12+ petals. Her mild fruity fragrance is an added delight to this already stunning rose.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC717 GALLON
Alternate Name(s) Grandhotel
Bloom Type Clustered, Semi-Double
Breeder Code MACdub
Characteristic Container Friendly, Pollinator Friendly, Partial Shade
Color Red
Specific Color Red
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°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Continual Blooming
Year 1975
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 7' - 8'

Dublin Bay®

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Customer Reviews

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T.R.
Beautiful Red Climber

Great beginner rose! Blooming all the time in partial shade!

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Karen W
My favorite climber. Talk about Street appeal and privacy.

Everybody talks about my 4 Dublin Bay climbers on the iron fence creating a garden courtyard in front of my home. Creates a private feeling from the street by the massive blasts of color. Crazy abundant bloomers. Nothing compares to them. The season is only beginning, and I already have hundreds of blooms and buds.

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Rosier
There is a fire engine in my rose bed. . . .

Red roses are not my first choice, but an artist friend asked me to grow this one for paintings. Despite my poor opinion of red roses, I have grown quite fond of this cultivar, after its first bloom. True its not terribly fragrant, but the blooms were larger than I expected, and its been totally thriving in the vase for days. This beauty spares us the usual red rose "bait and switch." It holds its cardinal red color for the life of the bloom. It has not degenerated into aging rose "blue." Having it hold true to color is cause enough alone to plant it. Its too soon to determine its vigor for production, but its behaved so nicely so far, that having great expectations is quite reasonable. To have any rose bloom a mere month after planting is amazing. To have it produce such a lovely specimen bloom is astounding. Its time to start marking the calendar for next spring as its rather easy to be eager for her best show.

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P. LoVerde
Zone 7b; Central NC

Absolutely LOVE this rose, about a month of it being in the ground and it has already had 2 blooms: not much growth though. The blooms open a bit more to an open center than I'd like but it is still amazing. I can't wait for it to start climbing high. The foliage color to the bloom color is beautiful as well. It gets about 6-7 hours of full sun followed by an hour or so of very dappled sun. It's also next to a white vinyl fence and I feel that the reflection off the fence adds to the intensity of the heat (typically upper 80's-90's in summers here).

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Tiffany W.
Stunning

The bloom on this rose is absolutely stunning - very true to the photo. Lightly scented so far (just planted this spring) and very healthy, vigorous growth in our garden in Northern Virginia, zone 7B. Couldn’t be happier with this beautiful addition to our garden!

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