Galway Bay®
Galway Bay
Galway Bay
Galway Bay®
Galway Bay

Galway Bay®

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  • Partial Shade

Galway Bay produces deep salmon to coral pink, 4-5" blooms with 20+ petals on a well-foliaged plant. He is bred from 'Heidleburg' and 'Queen Elizabeth' resulting in a stunning Climber reaching heights of 8- 12’ tall with a deliciously fruity fragrance.

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Rose Type Climbing Roses
SKU LC488 GALLON
Bloom Types Clustered, Double
Breeder Code MACba
Characteristic(s) Partial Shade
Color Pink
Specific Color Deep pink
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 1966
Approximate Size 10' - 11'+ x 7'

Galway Bay®

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Candi T.
Galway Bay

This rose is in its second season at our house and is doing beautifully. I just came in from cutting 3 for the table and am in love with the tight blooms and deep color. I wouldn’t call it pink but a rich coral. ????

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Suzanne P.
not pink

In my garden, this rose is a beautiful coral, not pink at all. It's growing in partial shade and seems to tolerate heat well, after a difficult, dry summer with many days of temperatures in the high 90's and above. Bloom was somewhat sparse, probably because of the heat, but the blossoms I get were wonderfully fragrant and long lasting.

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Diane H.
Growing with minimal sun - survived my deep shade error

I planted my Galway Bay in a place that turned out to be in constant shade. No sun at all! It took me 3 years to admit this and get around to moving it. I was impressed that under deep shade conditions that it lived and continued to make a healthy plant- just not bloom. I moved it to a place that gets some afternoon sun (still not a lot) and it is thriving, beginning to climb and make nice smelling blossoms.

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Andrea C.
it survives!

I received the Galway Bay rose in April and proceeded to treat him very badly. I didn't get him in the ground quickly, and once I did, I more or less ignored him. The fact that he survives at all is testament to the quality of the plants that Heirloom Roses offers. The truth is that he hasn't done much at all in the first six months or so that I've had him, but I blame my lack of focus for that.

I don't know how he'll get along once spring arrives, but I'm hoping he'll stretch his legs a little and give me a rose bud or two to be proud of.

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dee g.
Old fashioned rose

The first year it was establishing itself.this year it is about 5 ft with a bunch of bright pink old fashioned blooms.it is in pArt shade.the smell is of old rose.i love it.cant wait until it gets taller.

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