John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis
John Davis

John Davis

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The most beautiful of the hardy Canadian Roses, this wonderful climber boasts double, sometimes quartered, old-fashioned blooms of rich candy-pink opening to show golden centers. John Davis is an outstanding rose in cold climates but can also be grown in warm climates. He is bred from `Kordesii’ and is most disease-free in zones 2-9.

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Rose Type Hardy
SKU HR117 GALLON
Bloom Types Full
Color Pink
Specific Color Rich candy pink
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 2 (-50° to -40°), 3 (-40° to -30°), 4 (-30° to -20°), 5 (-20° to -10°), 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 1986
Approximate Size 10' x 7' - 8'

John Davis

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Priscilla Little
Hit the Jackpot!

I picked up two containers of John Davis off. a clearance rack having no clue about them! I wanted something to climb up my pergola. I planted them at the base of two posts and hoped for the best! I am in the PNW so zone 9,-mild winters usually.
These plants wanted to grow and grow they have! Now in their third spring they are reaching over the top of the pergola and bursting with gorgeous, spectacular pink blooms! They frame the opening to the garden and surround you as you sit and swing! I’m thrilled with this beautiful climbing rose!

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Shari Lynn Maclay
Extremely hardy, lovely climber

I grew this climbing rose in Alberta, Canada where it gets extremely cold in winter (Zone 3). It thrived beautifully year after year and was absolutely covered in blooms. No problems with powdery mildew or black spot - very healthy and vigorous.
I highly recommend this variety.

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Nhung Vu
Great gift 💗

I live in Virginia, zone 7b. I bought my 2 John Davis since 2020. My first year it was just growing & luckily they have 2 flowers. And my 2rd year & 3rd year it was a tons of flowers… It’s phenomenal & I’m in love. It’s such a great gift💗

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Melissa
does it all! Fabulous!

This rose has been in my Northern zone 5b garden on a trellis for 2 full growing seasons and has wintered over 2 full winters. I can't say enough positive about this rose. I love that this climber doesn't have to have its canes mulched in the winter here in the frigid north. It is in a winter-windy spot and still seems very happy. It is care free. It does not get babied or coddled here and still just does its wonderful thing. The blooms' cheery pink really stand out in the garden and it truly gives tons and tons of blooms. I did a lot of web surfing about John Davis and am so glad I took a chance on it. I'm not much of a rose person because I don't plant plants that have to be coddled. However this one has made it into a prominent place in my garden. It does have picky thorns, but it is a rose after all! I see that this rose covers all the growing zones but I only cared about the one I live in. It thrives here in the harsh weather we have here in Northern Wisconsin. I am certain you will be very glad you planted this rose, I am.

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Marina K.
Keeping my fingers crossed.

I live in Anchorage, Alaska. I believe I am in Zone 3 or 4. I received this rose along with New Dawn and they both came very nicely packaged, full of potential, and I already planted both in very large pots. I hope they will survive Alaskan winter. Fingers crossed.

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