Stormy Weather
Stormy Weather
Stormy Weather
Stormy Weather

Stormy Weather™

$50 Regular price
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Currently Growing! This Rose Will Be Available Again When It Meets Quality Standards
  • Pollinator Friendly

Stormy Weather is a beautiful Climber with her 4”, dark purple blooms with lighter reverse and centers with golden-yellow stamens. As she ages, her color fades to a gentle lavender. These cupped to flat blooms are produced in clusters and emit a spicy fragrance. Expect Stormy Weather to show more purple-blue tones in cooler weather.

More Information

Rose Type Climbing Roses
Bloom Types Clustered, Cupped, Double, Flat
Breeder Code WEKmemolo
Characteristic(s) Pollinator Friendly
Color Purple
Specific Color Smoky purple magenta blend
Fragrance Moderately Fragrant
Hardiness Zone 6 (-10° to 0°), 7 (0° to 10°), 8 (10° to 20°), 9 (20° to 30°), 10 (30° to 40°)
Rebloom Repeat Blooming
Year 2012
Approximate Size 9' - 10' x 3' - 4'

Stormy Weather™

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Kelly G.
Love this rose, first of dozens purchased to bloom, 3 roses so far

So far, so good! Beautiful blooms, nicely fragranced. First to bloom of the dozen or so roses I’ve ordered. Living in Central Fla. we have had a rough start with heirloom products, but will keep trying. Crappy soil, humid, rainy, really challenging to make roses thrive.

holly h.
Top favorite

This one has clusters of blooms that open and change color as they age. It lends a unique purple /mauve /blue hue to the back of the border. I planted apricot colored irises, echinacea, west Texas grass sage, Russian sage, abracadabra hydrangea, and a giant sweet spirit rose in front. Visitors are already stunned by the kaleidoscope of blues, and pop of vibrant pinks. I love this rose.

Reaches for the stars
Gorgeous shades of purple and wine

This rose bears large clusters of semi-double blooms in gorgeous shades of purple and wine with petals of more lavender on the back. This is its third year here. It's a prolific grower. I planted it in the back of my other roses to climb to my porch railing up about 5 steps. Don't believe the 8-10 feet! I had to add a trellis this spring, and the rose is already reaching the roof of my 1- 1/2 story house! It gets a little black spot, as do all roses in my 7b, humid and hot climate. Spraying is essential, but this rose seems to have decent resistance. This rose would cover a high and wide fence--a show stopper!

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